The Nursing and Allied Health Professionals Programme provides platform for increased support, training and networking opportunities to research nurses and allied health professionals working within cancer research. It aims to add value to the CRUK Cambridge Centre by contributing the specialized knowledge, skills, and expertise of the NAHP members in establishing new and innovative approaches for cancer diagnosis and treatment, and facilitate integration of the centre’s cutting-edge research to practice.
The NAHP Programme Newsletter is a monthly communication of events, trainings and news related to the programme and cancer research. If you would like to receive the newsletter in future you can request NAHP Programme membership here: https://crukcambridgecentre.org.uk/login
Applications for the 2023 Pre-Masters Internships, Pre-Doctoral and Post-Doctoral Bridging now open. The awards funded by Health Education England and managed by the University of East Anglia in partnership with other universities in the region are available to non-medical health and social care professionals employed in the East of England (Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk) to support the national agenda to increase research capacity and contribute to the improvement in patient outcomes.
Deadline of application: 15 May 2023.
If needing support on drafting your applications, email NAHP Programme lead: Cherry May Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org
CRUK CC NAHP Programme Virtual Event
Topic: “Strategies of patient recruitment in research delivery, and impact of structured referral
pathway in clinical integration”