Please note: our Studentships and Fellowships are closed for applications.
ST3 ENTRY ACADEMIC CLINICAL FELLOWSHIPS - CLOSED
Applications from second-year general practice specialty trainees in English Deaneries (current ST2s) who wish to undertake clinical academic training starting in August of the year of application.
Funding will be available to enable trainees to extend their training by a year, allowing part-time attachment to a university department during the ST3 and ST4 years. The number of fellowships available vary from year to year. The awards may be held at any one of the universities within the NIHR School for Primary Care Research: Bristol, Cambridge, Keele, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton and University College London.
In most cases we anticipate applicants will wish to continue to train in their existing Deanery although cross-Deanery transfer may be possible in specific cases. To make an application, please click on the following link: https://www.oriel.nhs.uk/web
There is also information about the posts on the website of Health Education West Midlands - West Midlands Deanery who is hosting the recruitment application process at www.westmidlandsdeanery.nhs.uk
GPCP Clinical Award - CLOSED
Applications from general practitioners with a strong academic record and a commitment to a career in academic primary care for these part-time awards.This opportunity is also open to Academic Clinical Fellows and In-Practice Fellows.
STUDENTSHIPS - CLOSED
Applications for this national PhD studentship competition for 3 year awards from individuals with a strong academic record who wish to develop a career in primary care research. Awards are offered at the following partner universities within the SPCR: Bristol, Cambridge, Keele, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton and University College London.
Applications from individuals with a strong academic record who wish to develop a career in primary care research. The goal of these fellowships is for the fellow to publish papers from their PhD and write grant applications to secure future funding (e.g. an NIHR fellowship).
Patient and public involvement support
All research funded by the NIHR requires patient and public involvement (PPI). If you are new to patient and public involvement or would like the support to elevate your plans, there are several ways to gain feedback before submitting your application. Your local Research Design Service might be available to support your application. Alternatively, you may contact the SPCR Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Officer (Esther van Vliet, firstname.lastname@example.org) to help with the development of your PPI plans. Please contact Esther by January 16 if you would like feedback on the PPI section of your fellowship application. There are also various guidelines and tips available on the SPCR website.