Advice on how to write academic documents
Advice on how to assess individual papers and systematically review research within a field
Advice on preparing your Curriculum Vitae.
Advice on academic communication skills
Advice on what core outcome sets are and how they can be used
Advice on how to manage an academic project
Advice on how to publishing academic papers
This NIHR guide is for researchers who are applying for funding or have research in progress. It is designed to help you to plan your dissemination and give your research every chance of being utilised.
A 2015 presentation by Prof. D. B. Dunger. It covers types of grant, the review panel, and the different parts of an application.
Provides postdoctoral biomedical and health researchers with career development support by pairing them with an Academy Fellow or senior academic.
Prof Ros Smyth presenting on How to write a good fellowship application
The significance of research has been demonstrated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr Alasdair Munro was at the forefront of our RCPCH COVID-19 research summaries, which subsequently shaped policy across the world. In this workshop, Dr Alasdair Munro discusses the importance of research during COVID-19 and other health crises.
Senior academic trainee, Dr. Eve Smith discusses her experience of getting started in research and offers advice on how to get your foot in the door into the world of research.
Patient and public involvement and engagement (PPIE) is the foundation for child health research. In this workshop, Jenny Preston and Sammy Ainsworth talk about its importance and offers guidance on how to embed it in your own research.