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The NIHR Infrastructure Training Camp for doctoral students will take place from 4-6 July 2018 at Ashridge, Berkhamstead.

Registration for the training camp 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.

The theme of the camp will be Attracting Further Research Funding. Please view the web page here to get a taste of the exciting programme and line up of speakers.

Applications to the School, of no more than one A4 page, are to 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. Eligibility is detailed below. All applications are to reach the School by Wednesday, 28 February. Please send applications to Dr Georgina Fletcher using the following email:

Read the blogs written by SPCR trainees

2018: Developing a funding application. Yumna Masood (Manchester)

2017: The art of communication. Rachel Ryves (Southampton)

2016: Learning about successful grant applications  Jane Vennik (Southampton) and Trishna Rathod (Keele) 

2015: The art of communicating your science Edmore Chamapiwa (Manchester) 

2014: Attracting Health Research Funding Kieran Ayling (Nottingham) and Priyanka Chandratre (Keele) 

Trainees selected to attend in 2013 were Derek Kyte (Birmingham) and Abi Eccles (Oxford).

Visit the NIHR website.