NIHR Trainees recently filmed three of our current KMR Fellows who helped explain the award and talked about their own experience as an NIHR trainee:
Dr Joe Langley a member of the NIHR CLAHRC Yorkshire and Humber, Translating Knowledge into Action Theme
I have recently been awarded an NIHR KMRF. It will start in April and run for 3 years at 70%FTE.
In this project, I aim to understand how User-centred Design theory and practice might help mobilise tacit and research knowledge into something usable in everyday life or practice. I have posted a little bit more here. The fellowship is co-hosted between Sheffield Hallam University and CLAHRC YH. My mentors are Prof Paul Chamberlain (Design, SHU), Jo Cooke (Health research, CLAHRC YH) and Prof Jo Rycroft-Malone (KM, Bangor University)
I hope to learn from the TK2A project team as I progress through my fellowship, that you will critically review my work so that I can benefit from your experience, support and advice.