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NIHR Systematic Review Training Fellowships

Posted on 23 May 2016

Two NIHR funded Systematic Review Training Fellowships are now open for application. The Fellowships provide an opportunity to undertake an MSc and learn about systematic review methods through supervised project work. We encourage academically outstanding and highly motivated graduates to apply.

The Fellowships will combine (i) tuition in applied health research methods with (ii) practical training in key research synthesis methods (iii) in-depth coaching in an area of specialism. This will be either (a) systematic reviews in common mental disorders or (b) systematic reviews using data from regulatory sources/individual participant data synthesis.

Successful candidates will train in systematic review/evidence synthesis in CRD and will contribute to range of CRD projects to gain broad experience and will register for an MSc in Applied Health Research to be carried out part-time over two years in the Department of Health Sciences (DoHS).

You will hold a first or upper second class honours degree, have an aptitude for research and ambition to develop a career in evidence synthesis and health research. We particularly welcome applications from graduates from science and social science disciplines who wish to transition to health research.

Closing date: 10/06/2016

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