CLAHRC Studentship Call

Innovative approaches to understanding the wider determinants of health and wellbeing using record linkage and mixed methods to exploit the full potential of population cohorts in Yorkshire & Humber

Awarded as part of the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care Yorkshire and Humber (NIHR CLAHRC YH)

We invite applications to this White Rose Studentship Network, which uniquely brings together five university partners (Sheffield, Leeds, York, Sheffield Hallam and Bradford), with the Bradford Institute for Health Research (BIHR), in a network of five doctoral studentships with cross-university co-supervision.

http://www.whiterose.ac.uk/news/news-studentship-network-clahrc-yorkshire-and-humber/

Full Details can be found here  Recruitment ad White Rose public health(11.2.13)

1st January 2014 NIHR CLAHRC YH

Dear Colleague,

I would like to welcome you to the New Year and to the official start of the NIHR CLAHRC for Yorkshire and Humber.

We believe that over the last five years our CLAHRCs have been at the forefront of a new way of working to ensure co-production, partnership engagement in research and evidence implementation. We have already begun to build on this within our new Yorkshire and Humber collaboration.

We know that it will take time to fully engage with all our collaborators old and new. So over the coming weeks and months we will be communicating with you either through the work of the Core Team, by our Communications Lead Dan Wolstenholme, our Themes, our Executive or our Strategic Board.

Our Introduction Brochure has been developed to help you to engage colleagues with the work of the NIHR CLAHRC for Yorkshire and Humber

http://clahrc-sy.nihr.ac.uk/resources/CLAHRC-YH/CLAHRC%20YH%20Introduction%20brochure%20Nov%202013.pdf.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us in the meantime if you have any queries via email clahrc-yh@sth.nhs.uk

Let the hard work and success begin!

Best wishes,

Professor Sue Mawson

Director of the CLAHRC for Yorkshire and Humber