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Masters in Clinical Research - FULLY FUNDED
Information for managers
The UEA is proud to announce that they have been selected as one of 10 universities to offer Clinical Academic Training Studentships funded by the National Institute for Health Research Trainees Coordinating Centre.
Applications are being welcomed for a FULLY FUNDED Masters in clinical research. Successful candidates will have their tuition fees paid, as well their full SALARY costs being reimbursed to their employer so they can provide back fill.
The course consists of a taught element, covering topics such as writing research proposals, statistics, and qualitative and quantitative research methods. Participants then complete a research project, under the supervision of one of several leading healthcare researchers at the UEA alongside an existing project, or on a topic of their particular interest. UEA is ranked in the top 2% of institutions in the world, with 82% of its research rated as world-leading' or internationally excellent in the Research Excellence Framework (2014).
The course delivers the perfect stepping stone into a clinical academic research career, providing the participant with the opportunity to develop their practice within their own locality.
Studentships are available to graduate (post-degree) nurses, midwives and allied health professionals (visit the National Institute for Health Research site for eligibility information) who have at least one year's experience of clinical practice since graduating.
There are 10 places available for this September, which may be taken either on a full-time or part-time basis.
Please click on this link to see guidance for a memorandum of understanding between yourself and your member of staff.
For more information
To discuss any aspect of this course including financial arrangements please contact:
Kathryn Mares, School of Allied Health Professions
K.Mares@uea.ac.uk 01603 593099