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    1. NIHR research training opportunities in England James Fenton Programme Manager NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre

    2. National Institute for Health Research Goal The goal of the NIHR is to create a health research system in which the NHS supports outstanding individuals, working in world class facilities, conducting leading edge research focused on the needs of patients and the public. Vision To improve the health and wealth of the nation through research.

    3. NIHR Trainees Co-ordinating Centre

    4. Training Awards / Pathways All Professions: • NIHR Fellowships – Doctoral and Postdoctoral Targeted: • Integrated Academic Training – Medics and Dentists • Clinical Academic Training (CAT) Pathway for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals • Health Care Scientist Fellowships • Masters in Health Economics

    5. Awards and Posts managed by NIHR TCC Doctors + Dentists NIHR Integrated Academic Training All Professions NIHR Fellowships Nurses, Midwives, AHPs Clinical Academic Training Healthcare Scientists and others Senior/ Pre-Chair NIHR Senior Research Fellowship NIHR/CNO/HEFCE Senior Clinical Lectureship -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Senior Post-Doc NIHR Clinician Scientist NIHR Career Development Fellowship NIHR/CNO Clinical Lectureship -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CSO Healthcare Scientist Post Doctoral Fellowship NIHR Clinical Lectureship NIHR Post Doctoral Fellowship Early Post-Doc ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ CSO Healthcare Scientist Doctoral Fellowship NIHR/CNO Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowship NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship Doctoral ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship NIHR/CNO Masters in Clinical Research Research Methods MSc Health Economics MSc Medical Statistics Pre-Doctoral / Masters NIHR In-Practice Fellowship -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Undergraduate

    6. IAT Pathway

    7. Integrated Academic Training Institutional awards: Apply to Deanery/NHS/University: NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF) NIHR Academic Clinical Lectureship (CL) Personal awards: Apply to NIHR TCC for funding NIHR In-Practice Fellowship (IPF) NIHR Clinician Scientist Award (CS)

    8. NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships Academic and clinical training For entrants to specialty training 25% academic research Support in making application for training fellowship leading to higher degree Up to 3 years (4 for GPs) April 2009 - £1000 bursaries September 2009 -structured research training programme April 2009 - £1000 for travel September 2009 –research training programme

    9. After ACF- What next?

    10. Integrated Academic Training

    11. All Professions NIHR Fellowships NIHR Senior Research Fellowship Senior/ Pre-Chair -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NIHR Career Development Fellowship Senior Post-Doc -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Early Post-Doc NIHR Post Doctoral Fellowship ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship Doctoral ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Pre-Doctoral / Masters -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Undergraduate

    12. NIHR Fellowships – All Professions • Types of award • Doctoral Research Fellowship • Post-Doctoral Fellowship • Career Development Fellowship • Senior Research Fellowship • Annual competition • Launched 1st November 2010 • Closing date 11th January 2011

    13. NIHR Fellowships Programme Facts and figures

    14. What do the awards cover? • Full salary • Tuition fees • Research costs • Training and development • Awards 3 years FT (4 or 5 years PT) • (SRF is 5 years) • Support staff for CDF and SRF only (3 years FTE)

    15. Doctoral Research Fellowship (NIHR-DRF) Doctoral training award 3 years FT (4 or 5 years PT) Applicant: Some previous research experience Some outputs from research Evidence of commitment to research career

    16. Key Parts of Application • Person • Trajectory • Career outputs • Project or programme of research • Scientific quality • Appropriate scale and scope • Training • Meets needs of candidate and project • Host (institution, supervisor, mentor) • RAE rating • Track record in relevant field • Time and commitment

    17. What next? • Know the process and the remit: • Look at the website • Read the guidance • Contact the NIHR TCC with any queries • Know your audience: • Look up previous award holders, panel members, topics • ‘Peer review’ before you submit: • Supervisor, current awards holders, senior academics, colleagues etc.

    18. NIHR Clinical Lectureships Academic and clinical training for those with a higher degree Available to qualified GPs and GDPs 50% academic research Support in making application for Clinician Scientist Scheme or similar Up to 4 years End point marked by CCT and substantial piece of post-doctoral research. April 2009 - £1000 bursaries

    19. NIHR Clinician Scientist Award Postdoctoral award (open to StRs/SpRs/consultants) 5 years duration • applicants retains clinical duties appropriate for gaining CCT • max 2 NHS clinical sessions a week (3 for surgeons) post CCT • pays for full salary, research costs and training • pays research assistant salary (3 years only) Applicant: PhD/MD or have submitted Output from research Evidence of commitment to research career Expectation of ongoing employment at the end of award

    20. NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre Leeds Innovation Centre 103 Clarendon Road Leeds LS2 9DF Tel: 0113 3466260 Fax: 0113 346 6272 http://www.nihrtcc.nhs.uk [DATE]