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Making Your Way in Research - free webinar series

The 70@70 Senior Research Nurse and Midwife Research Leader Programme, Midlands Hub is hosting a series of free webinars suitable for those involved in clinical or academic research writing for publication or anyone wanting to find out more.

Why you should think about adding Research to your career?


James' Video


"During my career I have been involved in clinical research through each of the routes described and found each one equally rewarding! I hope that after watching this video junior doctors will have a better understanding of the different routes they may take to become involved in clinical research and be able to identify a route that suits them and catch the research bug!!! "

James Sheehan

James Sheehan, an Anaesthetic and Intensive Care Medicine Specialty Trainee working in the East of England, produced this is a short video while working as a Core Anaesthetic Trainee at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.


Supported by a joint award received from the Royal College of Anaesthetists and NIHR for his contribution to clinical research, the video is about the possible routes a junior doctor can take to become involved in clinical research, and highlights the main benefits of each route.

Watch the Video below:

Link to James Sheehan's video

Useful Links


Research Design Service East Midlands

https://www.rds-eastmidlands.nihr.ac.uk/

Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) East Midlands

http://arc-em.nihr.ac.uk/

Study Support Service Resources and Links

https://sites.google.com/nihr.ac.uk/crn-eastmidlands-intranet/sss/sss-resources-links

NIHR Academy

https://www.nihr.ac.uk/explore-nihr/support/academy.htm




Contact Details


Karen Pearson
NtR Lead contact details

karen.pearson@nihr.ac.uk

07908 439585