Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have created a short film about developing a clinical academic career. It describes the opportunities on offer to all professions as part of HEE’s Clinical Academic Careers Framework, which brings together research programmes funded by HEE and the NIHR.
Warwick trainees can keep up to date with the latest news by joining our IAT Facebook page.
Graduates interested in applying for Academic Foundation training can find out more via The Foundation Programme website and apply for AFY posts through Oriel.
Those interested in applying for either the Academic Clinical Fellowship Programme or the Clinical Lectureship programmes, should contact the West Midlands Deanery in the first instance.
Further information about Integrated Academic Training is available on the NIHR website:
*** Warwick Recruitment Event for 2018 Academic Clinical Fellows (ACF) Posts ***
Monday 23rd October 2017 from 5:30pm – 6:30pm, first floor atrium, Clinical Sciences Building, UHCW
For the attention of all junior doctors and medical students interested in research
You are invited to attend an event to coincide with the opening of the recruitment window for the NIHR 2018 ACF posts.
There will be clinical academic representatives from all the Warwick ACF post specialties being recruited to in 2018.
Come along to find out about the ACF posts available at Warwick for 2018. No registration necessary.
Come along to find out more about Academic Training:
- The Integrated Academic Training Career Pathway
- Research strengths across the West Midlands region
- Academic Foundation posts available in the region
- Academic Clinical Fellow posts available in the region
- The new NIHR Fellowship Programme Junior doctors and medical students with an interest in research are all welcome!