As part of the National Institute for Health Research, we use the skills, knowledge and expertise of researchers, health and social care professionals, managers, commissioners and patients to conduct high quality research projects to find new ways of improving healthcare. Our aim is to ensure the results of the research are translated quickly and effectively into benefits for patients, the wider NHS and social care.

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    NIHR CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leaders Fellowship 2017

    The eighth round of the CLAHRC NWL Improvement Leader Fellowship call will open in February. We will be inviting applications for the 2017 fellowship, with the deadline of 4pm April 24th. There are up to 10 places available for new fellows. The programme provides mentoring support, monthly meetings, and a work based project. Individual will be expected to commit one day per month for the fellowship meetings, and conduct their work based project one day per week. 

    Key dates:

    Applications deadline                          By 4pm on Monday 24th April 2017

    Applications to be submitted to 

    Interviews                                            Week of 16th May 2017

    Programme Induction event                29th & 30th June 2017

    For applications, please contact or for further information click here

    To read and download the application form, click here

    To read and download the application guidance notes, click here

    To read and download the flyer, click here

    Posted 26 Jan 2017, 07:22 by Lucy Ryan
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New research highlights lack of Sickle Cell support 
London Live Interview with Dr Subarna Chakravorty 

London Live interview

"A lack of awareness and information of the UK's biggest genetic blood disorder is affecting the care people living with Sickle Cell Disease receive. That's according to new research led by Imperial College London AND Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, in partnership with the Sickle Cell Society. Dr Subarna Chakravorty, the clinical lead on the project speaks to London Live News about the findings."

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