Nora is a Clinical Reader in Applied Health Research / Honorary Consultant in Public Health Medicine and has a clinical background with specialty training in both Family Medicine and Public Health Medicine. Her research is in cancer screening, particularly personalised screening. She is the graduate tutor, and the educational supervisor for public health specialty registrars at the UCL Department of Applied Health Research. http://iris.ucl.ac.uk/iris/browse/profile?upi=NPASH45
The NIHR CLAHRC North Thames Academy is now accepting applications for the next instalment of our one-day, hands-on Introduction to Evaluation workshop on Wednesday 13 December 2017.
This popular short course provides an overview to the evaluation process, complete with practical examples and useful tips for conducting your own evaluation. Aimed at frontline healthcare and public health staff, this introductory level course is ideal if you are planning your first evaluation within your service.
To read more details about the course, and to download the registration form:
Previous attendees of this course have told us:
“Very useful – will be able to disseminate to team. Planning of projects more of a priority now. Great organisation – many thanks.”
“Good introduction to concepts of evaluation and research. ”
“The course was extremely well organised, with incredibly knowledgeable speakers, very good session!”
Registration is open until 5pm, 6th October 2017. Our short courses are free for staff working within our partner organisations. If you have any questions about the course, or would like to be added to our mailing list, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pinkie Chambers, a senior pharmacist at UCLH and former CLAHRC HEE NCEL Fellow is celebrating success in securing a prestigious NIHR Fellowship award.
After spending a year with the CLAHRC to hone her research skills, and against stiff competition, Pinkie secured a Doctoral Research Fellowship (DRF), which offers 3 years full-time funding (or 4 or 5 years part-time) to undertake a PhD.
The DRF is aimed at individuals, of outstanding potential, early in their research careers.
The Fellowship scheme aims to fast-track them through a customised research training programme in an environment reflecting their individual talents and training needs.
It is anticipated that successful applicants would become independent research leaders within 6 to 10 years of completing the DRF award.
During her year with us as a CLAHRC/HEE NCEL Fellow Pinkie developed her skills and worked on her application to the NIHR.
Her areas of interest include improving the chemotherapy pathway for cancer patients, and supporting patients to self-administer some of their blood tests to avoid hospital visits.
As well as her work as a Senior pharmacist at UCLH, Pinkie is also Joint Chair of the London Cancer Chemotherapy Expert Reference Group.
In particular Pinkie was commended by the NIHR for her efforts to involve patients and the public in her work which were described as “exceptional” – thanks in no small part to the CLAHRC’ Research Advisory Panel who Pinkie worked with during her CLAHRC/HEE NCEL Fellowship and who she presented to twice.