Being a Clinical Health Researcher: Career Advice from the Front Line

posted 9 Dec 2015, 02:17 by Clara Yates
The NIHR are running an event on 9th February 2016 entitled:

'Being a Clinical Researcher: Career Advice from the Front Line'

Are you a nurse, midwife, pharmacist, healthcare scientists or allied health professional curious about a career in clinical health research, or in the early stages of your research career?

Want to learn more about National Institute for Health Research training opportunities?

Ready to be inspired by stories from clinical health researchers?

Then join us at the third non-medical professions researchers meeting for 130 clinical research active and aspiring researchers on 9 February 2016.

Registration is open to all nurses, midwives, pharmacists, healthcare scientists and allied health professionals. This meeting will provide you with tools and information to start and enhance your career in clinical health research, including:

  • Information about NIHR infrastructure and training opportunities
  • Experiences of inspirational clinical researchers who have successfully built an academic research career
  • Guidance on finding a good mentor and getting the most from the relationship
  • Support on how to make the most of your training opportunities
  • Opportunities to network with peers, speakers and NIHR representatives.

Attendance at the meeting is free of charge for all nurses, midwives, pharmacists, healthcare scientists and allied health professionals. 

To register and for further information visit the website.

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