Daphne Jackson Sponsored Fellowship Opportunity at University of Manchester NIHR Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (Greater Manchester PSTRC)
We are looking for a STEM returner who wants to apply their training to research that's relevant to patient safety.
You may be a mathematician, statistician, software engineer or a scientist who wants to use their expertise in a multidisciplinary project. You may enjoy data analysis and would like to help improve patient safety in primary care.
Applications are invited for a Daphne Jackson Fellowship that will be hosted and sponsored by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Greater Manchester Primary Care Patient Safety Translational Research Centre (Greater Manchester PSTRC). The fellowship is intended for individuals wishing to conduct research in the area of statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology and psychology in an area related to medication safety, multimorbidity, informatics or general practice.
For further details about the Daphne Jackson Trust and their fellowship scheme, please visit www.daphnejackson.org. To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the CV and personal details information forms that can be found on the Daphne Jackson Trust website. Please explain how your interests align to those of the NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRC.
If you would like to discuss ideas for potential projects, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look at how we might be able to help. Jill Stocks, a Research Fellow at NIHR GM PSTRC, secured a Daphne Jackson Fellowship after being out of the workplace for a number of years. Read more about her experience here. Jill would be happy to speak informally to anyone interested in applying.
Please email your submission to the Daphne Jackson Trust office at email@example.com stating clearly NIHR Greater Manchester PSTRC Sponsored Fellowship Application. Previous applicants will not be considered.
Closing date for applications is 17.00 on 22 September 2014
Posted by Elaine Hunt Administrator The Daphne Jackson Trust