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What's New on Our Website 

'What’s New on Our Website’ is a regular email to inform you of the latest news and events that have been posted on our website.This week's edition includes:
  • News:  HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme -​ Round 2 Competition​s​ launched; and Opportunities to join several panels and boards of the NIHR’s Research Programmes.
  • Events: ‘Success: is it all in the mind?' A panel discussion on women in science; 'How to write about science policy..and do it well';  and ‘The Power of Design: inclusion or exclusion?’ - a Disability Resource Centre Lecture. 

News 

HEE/NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme -​ Round 2 Competition​s​ launched

The Health Education England (HEE) and NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic (ICA) Programme provides personal research training awards for healthcare professionals wishing to develop careers that combine clinical research with continued clinical practice and development. Round 2 competitions have been launched for the following awards: 

  • ​Clinical Doctoral Research Fellowships: doctoral level - deadline 19th May 2016
  • Clinical Lectureships: early post-doctoral - deadline 28th April 2016
  • Senior Clinical Lectureships: Senior pre-chair post-doctoral - deadline: 28th April 2016
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Opportunities to join panels and boards of the NIHR’s Research Programmes.

The NIHR research programme boards and panels prioritise important research questions for NIHR commissioning, and make funding recommendations on project applications. Opportunities are available for experienced professionals in several areas, including:

  • Health Economics
  • Mental Health
  • Nursing and AHPs
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology
  • Public Health
  • Statistics

Applications close at 1pm on 25 April 2016.


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Events

‘Success: is it all in the mind? A panel discussion on women in science’ –  Cavendish Inspiring Women

 

15 March 2016, 7:30 pm

Cambridge

Join Cavendish Inspiring Women as they venture into the complex world of public perceptions of science, the imposter syndrome and whether women naturally ‘think’ themselves out of continuing in science. With an outstanding panel of speakers, attendees can expect a truly interdisciplinary discussion of the science behind the scientists, male and female.

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How to write about science policy… and do it well!


23 March 2016, 5-7 pm

Venue: TBC

Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) present this workshop, which aims to train early career researchers in how to write a successful article, blog post or opinion piece on a science policy topic that is accessible to a lay audience. Experienced writers from academia and policy will outline how to write a successful article and participants will have the opportunity to get feedback on their own writing.

Places are limited to 25 attendees and must be applied for by Monday 14 March.


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‘The Power of Design: inclusion or exclusion?’ - Disability Resource Centre Lecture

 

Thursday 14 April, 5.30pm

Cambridge

This is the 13th Annual Lecture from the Disability Resource Centre at the University of Cambridge. Dr Sue Kroeger (Director of Disability Resources at the University of Arizona) will describe her experience of managing the transition from making changes to teaching on an individual level to the transformative idea of inclusivity as an institutional concept. 

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