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Friday Funding #3: Transport and Living Environment

Welcome to the 3rd edition of Friday Funding. This week’s theme is broadly Transport and Living Environment but touches on several wider themes. The calls listed are broad in nature which should present suitable opportunities for many of our researchers. 419 more words


My first week as a PhD student


For those who still follow my blog (thank-you!) you may be wondering what the heck is going on!! Full of Beanz has undergone a makeover to better reflect what is going on in my life, and become a (hopefully) improved platform for me to share my thoughts, recipes and progress with my latest life adventure! 375 more words


Hepatitis C - How many cases are out there?

Ryan Buchanan is a specialist registrar doctor in liver disease and a PhD student supported by CLAHRC Wessex.

In my previous blog I described how a novel, award winning case-finding initiative was identifying some of the estimated 200 missing cases of Hepatitis C on the Isle of Wight and linking them directly to specialist care. 530 more words

NIHR Funding Event: Tuesday July 5th

Is your research area related to Health and/or social care? Are you interested in applying to the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR)? Are you unsure what funding streams are available? 192 more words


Funding Opportunity: NIHR School for Social Care Research

Call is now open for research into adult social care

The NIHR School for Social Care Research (SSCR) is inviting full proposals for research studies addressing key priorities for adult social care for the next 5-10 years in line with its mission to improve the evidence base for adult social care in England. 38 more words


Funding Opportunity: Adult Social Care Fellowship NIHR

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The NIHR School for Social Care Research (NIHR SSCR) is inviting applications from individuals committed to adult social care research who would benefit from NIHR SSCR support to further their research careers in this field.  167 more words