Health Education England (HEE) in the East of England funds the following opportunities for staff interested in developing clinical academic careers:
- Internships (pre-Masters) to provide early experience of research and preparation for a Pre-doctoral Clinical Academic Fellowship (PCAF) or application to a Master’s programme
- Pre-doctoral Bridging Fellowships for individuals planning to apply for a HEE/NIHR Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship or similar fellowship
- Post-doctoral Bridging Fellowship for individuals planning to apply for a HEE/NIHR Clinical Lecturer Fellowship or similar Post-Doctoral fellowship
Congratulations to the HEE interns and bridging fellows for 2019/2020.
Applications will open again for this scheme in spring 2020.
Enquiries can be directed to HEE.firstname.lastname@example.org
The internships and fellowships are being managed by the University of East Anglia in collaboration with other HEIs in the East of England.
The RCN Foundation is offering bursaries up to £5K for career development and CPD activities for nurses and midwives. You can apply here: http://www.rcnfoundation.org.uk/how_we_can_help/education_grants/rcn_foundation_professional_bursary_scheme?utm_campaign=909268_Research%20and%20Innovation%20Bulletin%20-%20Vol%2010%20Issue%208%20%2810-04-2019%29&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Dotmailer&dm_i=4JL6,JHLG,2XGE2S,29L3I,1
Apply by 31 May
The RCN Foundation Professional Bursary Scheme offers grants of up to £5,000 per year for career development and CPD activities in the following areas:
- Primary care nursing (up to £5,000)
- Long term/chronic conditions (up to £5,000)
- History of nursing (previously the Monica Baly Bursary Scheme) (up to £1,000)
- Occupational Health Nursing in Scotland (previously the Mair Scholarship Scheme) & the rest of the UK (up to £1,000)
Applicants must be able to detail how their course will improve patient care in their field.
To be eligible for a grant the following criteria must be fulfilled:
- UK Registered Nurses and Midwives
- Health care support workers working in the UK
- Nursing Associates
- Course start date must fall between 1 September 2019 and 1 September 2020
The British Heart Foundation has announced research training (PhD) and Advanced Fellowships for NMAHPs that will open in 2019: https://www.bhf.org.uk/for-professionals/information-for-researchers/what-we-fund/research-training-fellowships-for-nurses-and-allied-health-professionals.
The Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) are funding internal research fellowships for nurses, midwives and AHPs (NMAHPs). These are intended to buy out time from clinical duties, and provide support and funding for patient and public involvement activities and pilot work so that applicants can develop a competitive doctoral or post-doctoral fellowship application to NIHR, HEE/NIHR integrated clinical academic pathway or comparable charity or research council funding. Information about NIHR and HEE/NIHR fellowships can be found here: http://www.nihr.ac.uk/funding/training-programmes.htm
The first internal NMAHP research fellows were funded in February 2015. Our first awardees were Biljana Brezina, Andrea Edwards, Gillian Gatiss and Emily Johnson. Information about them and their proposed projects can be found here: http://www.cambridge-brc.org.uk/nurses-midwives-and-allied-health-professionals. Diana Day and Peter Hartley were funded in spring 2016. Please see our Fellows’ Page.
CNRG is particularly interested in nurses and AHPs with an interest in research in our topic areas (see Research), especially if planning to submit a doctoral or post-doctoral fellowship application to NIHR, HEE/NIHR, or comparable charity or research council.
Cambridge University Hospitals Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professional Research Strategy
The CUH Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professional (NMAHP) Research Strategy is a component of the overall NMAHP Strategy of the Trust. It sets out our vision, objectives and measurable outcomes for each objective. We will achieve our vision through research capacity and capability building following the principles of research capacity building developed by Cooke (2005).1
Implementation of the strategy will be overseen by the Clinical Research Leadership Group, composed of nurses, midwives and AHPs from all areas of the Trust. The next meetings of the Clinical Research Leadership Group take place as follows:
If interested, please contact: email@example.com
A copy of the CUH NMAHP Research Strategy can be downloaded here.