We are delighted to be able to offer an exciting opportunity for our Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals to apply to the Trust’s Charitably funded NMAHP Researcher Development Institute Masters and Doctoral Fellowships (both part time opportunities to enable professionals to remain clinical alongside their research development). The academic element of these fellowships will be supported by either Northumbria University or Newcastle University in this round.
The NuTH Funding Development Team would like to signpost that the Royal Osteoporosis Society has launched their 2022 Research Grants Round.
Even before the pandemic, the treatment gap for osteoporosis was startlingly wide, with around two-thirds of people missing out on the treatment they need. NHS backlogs have widened that treatment gap still further. For the duration of our Breaking the Silence Strategy 2022-2026, the Royal Osteoporosis Society will be focusing its grants programme on pioneering studies which can help close the treatment gap. This year, the charity is inviting applications for studies which aim to improve care and lead to quicker and more accurate diagnosis, by overcoming the barriers to rapidly implement evidence-based clinical interventions into wider practice. Projects which aim to reduce health inequalities in osteoporosis care are also welcomed.
NIHR RCF is a research funding stream designed to help research-active NHS organisations attract, develop and retain high quality research, clinical and support staff.
NIHR RDS NENC, CRN NENC and ARC NENC are jointly running a free Grant Development and Writing Workshop on 14, 15 and 16 March 2022.
The purpose of the workshop is to provide information and to give busy professionals dedicated time to progress their research proposal. Inclusion of an early career researcher on teams is encouraged. Successful applicants will be offered a free place at the three day workshop at Radisson Blu, Durham. Lunch and refreshments will be provided each day (travel to/from Durham not included).
Greenshoots Research Delivery Awards 2022/23
The NIHR Clinical Research Network North East and North Cumbria Greenshoots Scheme is now open to applicants for 2022/23.
Greenshoot applicants make a significant contribution to the conduct and delivery of a study by taking on the role of Principal Investigator (PI) with support from regional research infrastructure. Read more about Greenshoots and how to apply for the scheme.
The JRESC all is now open and will close on Monday 13th September at 5pm.
The Committee strongly favours applications that seek to collect data to “pump-prime” subsequent grant or fellowship applications to national or international funding bodies, and/or that enhance and support the careers of junior researchers from diverse medical, scientific and allied health professional backgrounds.