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Intellectual Property when applying to NIHR 

24 October 2017

This webinar will provide an introduction to IP and help researchers understand how they should discuss IP in a funding application.

Intellectual property' (IP) doesn't just refer to patents and inventions. The NIHR uses a much broader definition of IP and believes that the vast majority of research that it funds will produce some form of IP. Effective IP management at all stages of research is an important part of delivering long term patient benefit from NIHR funding. This means that researchers applying to NIHR need to be aware of what types of IP they may be producing and also present a compelling strategy for capturing and managing that IP. 

Training and Career Development Opportunities for Pharmacy Professionals

This webinar covers:

  • An overview of the funding opportunities available from the NIHR for pharmacy professionals to pursue a clinical academic career
  • Details about the HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme (for non-medical professions) and the NIHR Fellowships Programme - including advice and guidance on applying
  • An overview of the funding support available from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (around clinical academic careers and research in professional development) and recognition of research excellence in the profession
  • A live Q&A session

An introduction to Mentorship

This NIHR Training and Career Development webinar is an introductory webinar on mentorship. This one hour webinar is aimed at current and aspiring NIHR trainees who are looking to find a mentor to contribute to their career development and those that already have a mentor, but want to find out more about getting the most out of being a mentee.

The webinar is presented by Dr Anna Kinsey, Academy of Medical Sciences and Professor Sally Kendall from the ICA Mentorship Scheme. 

Writing for publication

This one hour webinar aims to introduce tips for getting published in both academic, practice-led journals and other peer-reviewed publications. Whether you have written for publication before, or are just getting started, this session will provide valuable tips and introduce the process from submission and peer review through to, hopefully, acceptance! It is aimed at current and aspiring NIHR trainees who would like to learn more about writing for publication.

The webinar is presented by Jennifer Chubb, a researcher at the University of York studying for a PhD in the Department of Education. Jenn has 10 years’ experience delivering training and development opportunities for researchers nationally and internationally and has published in a range of medium.