The CNMR brings together UCLH and UCL to support and enable nurses and midwives in developing world-class quality of care research. It is located in, and funded by, the UCLH/UCL Biomedical Research Centre.
The CNMR aims to establish a formal Clinical Academic Pathway to develop clinical and academic research leadership for nurses and midwives at UCLH and UCL. It includes a resource centre to facilitate all nurses and midwives employed by UCLH and UCL wishing to engage in developing evidence-based practice.
The CNMR seeks to encourage a process of individual and institutional development that will lead to higher levels of skills and greater ability to perform useful research in partnership with patients, academics and clinicians.
We are delighted to launch the inaugural Foundation Fellowship award for nurses and allied health professionals to promote intensive care research in nursing and the allied health professions. The award of up to £5000 may be put towards costs associated with post-graduate study such as a course in research methods, research modules or to support the completion of a masters/doctoral research project relevant to intensive care. The Foundation will also consider supporting attendance at conferences/meetings to present a research project and supporting activities which promote multidisciplinary engagement in intensive care research.
The Foundation of Nursing Studies is delighted to offer this exciting development opportunity, now in its third year, for a registered nurse, midwife or health visitor who is committed to developing person-centred cultures of care. This scholarship is open to practitioners who are working clinically in any healthcare setting UK-wide, and is targeting in particular, those at ward sister level or equivalent.
The Centre for Maternal and Child Health Research at City University is having its first Annual Research Partnership Event. The event is a good opportunity for people to find out more about our research in the Centre and postgraduate programs, as well as providing input into future research in the Centre.
Are you a nurse or midwife looking to develop your career as a clinical academic? Would you like time and support to develop an application for external research funding to take your academic career to the next level?
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