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NIHR Doctoral Research Training Camp - Applying for Further Funding

The doctoral training camp is a 3 day annual face to face event which provides guidance and practical experience to learn how to put together a successful application for funding.

Attend the virtual event - 5th July 2022

By attending the virtual sessions run during day 1 of the NIHR Doctoral Training Camp, you will have access to the introductory plenary talks. This free event will include presentations on:

● How to sell yourself when applying for funding

● How to sell your project when applying for funding

● Effective patient and public involvement

● What funding panels are looking for in applications

There will also be a guest inspirational speaker who will share their academic career journey to date, including key successes and challenges faced along the way. On the registration site you can access the programme for the day, as well as recordings from the 2021 training camp (in the resources section) and link through to NIHR funding opportunities.

Registration

Registration link

The virtual event will take place on 05 July 2022, 12.30 – 17.15

Future Training Camp

Registration for future training camps is only open to delegates nominated by Biomedical Research Centres and Units, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care, Patient Safety Translational Research Centres and School of Primary Care Research. Two places are available for School trainees.

Applications must be no more than one A4 page and must include an abstract of your research, how you think the camp will benefit your career development, and what you hope to contribute to the camp.  Details of how to apply for the 2023 Training Camp will be released via Training Leads.

Read Blogs from the 2021 Training Camp

Dr Lorraine Watson, Post-Doc Fellow, and Dr Ralph Akyea, PhD Student, represented the School for Primary Care Research at the twelfth NIHR Infrastructure Doctoral Research Training Camp on the 21st September 2021, and you can read their reflections here:

Lorraine's blog

Ralph's blog