Medical staff at NUH are invited to apply for funding for research projects from NUH Charity and the Department of Research and Development. This scheme aims to “pump prime” early studies by giving them a cash injection to get up and running.
The Nursing and Midwifery Research Strategy Group’s “Engage, Enthuse, Empower” conference celebrates the diversity of research and innovation undertaken by non-medical professionals within Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. It’s taking place on Tuesday 19th April 2011, 08.30 – 16.00 at the Postgraduate Education Centre, Queens Medical Centre Campus.
Nottingham University’s School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy is delighted to announce the 2011 round of Masters Studentships, fully-funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The Studentship starts in September 2011 and covers full tuition fees, employee salaries and employers’ back-fill salaries.
NUH Trust and Nottingham University are committed to a strong research partnership. Both institutions recognise the importance of transparency and are in the process of streamlining and aligning their processes to ensure an efficient and consistent approach to research through the generation of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will serve as an operational framework [...]
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The costs of undertaking activities to fulfill the role of sponsor for non commercial NHS research, although not explicitly referred to in current guidance, are classified as a research cost. Historically, NUH did not include these costs in grants. However, the landscape has now changed: central R&D Support Funding has been removed; NIHR clinical research [...]
Commercial research is important to NUH as the driving force for the adoption and diffusion of innovation. It is through this process that new treatments, devices or laboratory tests are studied and brought forward for use by patients and staff. Nottingham University Hospitals NHS welcomes research studies from the commercial sector and we work within many [...]
A comprehensive guide to NUH R&D finance has been written, collated and published by our Corporate Finance Manager Paul Barnett. Available on this site, it includes valuable information for anyone needing to cost a project and go though the financial logistics that are a crucial part of any successful study.
Guidance In comparison with commercial contract NHS research, the funding arrangements for non-commercial NHS research can be more complex and can involve a number of partner organisations. It is essential that both the NHS and its partner organisations understand the full cost of non-commercial research and reach a shared understanding of how costs are funded. [...]
Types of NIHR grants A. Programme Grants Programme Grants for Applied Research are prestigious awards of up to £2m over a period of three to five years. The aim is to provide evidence to improve health outcomes in England through promotion of health, prevention of ill health, and optimal disease management (including safety and quality), [...]