Vacancy_CLAHRC YH_Research Fellow_University of Sheffield

The University of Sheffield, section of Public Health, ScHARR is advertising for a Research Fellow.

This new, innovative post is part of the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).You will work closely with Dr Sarah Salway and Professor Liddy Goyder, as well as Local Authority partners and third sector organisations, to design and deliver a programme of research that addresses key priorities in relation to addressing health inequalities experienced by minority ethnic populations across the region.

This programme of work will be inclusive of patients and community members for whom English is not the preferred language of communication, necessitating cross-language working. This is a demanding and exciting role that requires a high degree of self-direction and an ability to progress work across a range of activities simultaneously. You will engage in a variety of tasks including: significant amounts of liaison, partnership and engagement work; preparation of research proposals for submission to external funding agencies; and delivery of high quality research from conception to production of research outputs.

Post advertised through University of Sheffield

Post reference number UOS008451

Vacancy_CLAHRC Theme Manager_East Midlands

Theme Manager (Caring for Older People and Stroke Survivors) with CLAHRC East Midlands:

The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care in the East Midlands (CLAHRC-EM) is seeking to appoint a  Theme Manager for the Caring for Older People and Stroke Survivors (COPSS) Theme.  NIHR CLAHRC-EM is a unique collaboration between universities, the NHS, industry, local authorities and the public from across the East Midlands.  It is funded by the NIHR and supported by more than 50 local partners. NIHR CLAHRC-EM brings together world leading health research institutes and front line NHS staff to work with partners in industry, local government and the public to carry out research focused on the health priorities of the East Midlands.