Translational Research Training

The Translational Research Training offers a tailored workshop series aimed at clinical and translational students. Workshops will provide postgraduate students with some generic skills to support career development in translational medicine without demanding too much time away from research. We are always looking to improve and would welcome your input. If you have any suggestions for new workshops which will meet your training requirements, or would like more information on Translational Research Training contact Andeep Sull (Training Coordinator) on andeep.sull@ncl.ac.uk.

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NIHR Transitional Research Training Programme
      Academic Writing
      Advanced SPSS
      Applying for NIHR Non-Clinical Fellowships
      Basic Stats (ISRU)
      Beyond the Viva - Practical Advice
      Career Pathways in Clinical Research
      Clinical Research with Older people
      Clinical Study Design
      Costing for Research
      Developing skills for patient and public involvement - SPCR free training day for PGR students
      Diversity and Equality in the Research Environment
      How to Maximise your Research Impact
      Introduction to NIHR Clinical Research Networks
      Managing Long Documents
      NHS Permission Course (IRAS)
      NHS Research Governance
      NIHR Funding for Early Career Research
      Patient & Public Involvement Matters: Monthly Advice & Guidance Session
      Science Communication Training
      SPSS Beginners
      Support for Researchers Working with Public and Patient Groups
      Systematic Review
      The Viva and Beyond
      Training Matters: Impact & Engagement (PPE/I)
      Trial Management: What Can Newcastle Clinical Trials Unit Do For You?
      Writing for Publication and the Publication Process