NIHR training and career development
NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre (TCC) makes training awards to researchers whose work focuses on people and patient-based applied health research. They fund research training in order to build a leading NHS Research Faculty, develop research careers, research leaders and collaborators. The research must be relevant to the NHS, focused on the current and future needs of patients and the public and expected to have an impact within five years of its completion. There are a large range of awards available at different levels and to suit different work arrangements, types of NHS staff and career paths.
Further information on the training awards available are on their website.
Find out how the RDS YH can help you apply for an award.