2017 NIHR Systematic Review Fellowships
On behalf of the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR), the NIHR Trainees Coordinating Centre (TCC) is launching
the 2017 round of the NIHR Systematic Review Fellowships.
NIHR Systematic Review Fellowships form part of the NIHR Research Methods Programme, the purpose of which is to:
- Attract to the NIHR the most talented individuals, especially those who are not currently working in a health-related field;
- Provide these individuals with the necessary support and training to become specialist methodologists in areas relevant to the NIHR; and
- Expand their research interests into areas relevant to the NIHR.
The NIHR Systematic Review Fellowships will:
- Address the current shortage of systematic reviewers;
- Provide training at the earliest stages of career; and
- Support individuals from any discipline, thereby expanding the potential pool.
Applications are invited for funding to host NIHR Systematic Review Fellowships. Please see the Scheme Guidance Notes for details on eligibility criteria.
Further details are available at www.nihr.ac.uk/systematicreviewfellowships.
Please note: All applications for this round must be made using the online TCCi Award Management System.
Any queries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org