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Call for applications for NIHR In-Practice Fellowship - 2024

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salary for 50% of awardees’ time over 24 months (or longer if part-time)
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15 Mar 2024

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Call for applications for NIHR In-Practice Fellowship - 2024

Applications are invited for the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) In-Practice Fellowship. The scheme, funded by the NIHR Academy, is set up to improve career pathways for primary care researchers in dentistry, medicine and other health and care professions.

The NIHR In-Practice Fellowships are designed to support fully-qualified General Dental Practitioners, Community Dentists, General Practitioners and other health and care professionals working in primary care who have outstanding potential as a researcher and/or educationalist.

The fellowship funds:

  • a personalised programme of academic training (such as a Masters degree)
  • salary for 50% of awardees’ time over 24 months (or longer if part-time)
  • conference attendance

The Fellowships allow the practitioner to have protected time to develop academic skills and is expected to lead to the preparation of an application for a competitive, peer-reviewed doctoral fellowship.

Full details of the NIHR In-Practice Fellowship funding opportunities, eligibility criteria and application process are available from the NIHR Academy website at

Closing date for applications: 1pm on Thursday 28 March 2024


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