D13

D13

  • 11 May 2021

D13: Credentials for clinicians: helping experienced clinicians integrate research into their work

Session objectives:

  • To recognise the need for clinical research credentials for experienced clinicians
  • To explore the distinguishing features of the proposed AoMRC/NIHR clinical research credentials
  • To evaluate the benefits of these credentials for both the experienced clinicians and the workforce

Session summary:
This session will outline an AoMRC/NIHR project to develop interprofessional credentials for experienced clinicians wishing to cultivate clinical research capabilities.

This DHSC-funded project aims to enable more patients to benefit from research-active clinical environments whilst improving recruitment and retention of experienced clinicians in areas with low-level research activity.

Session hosted by:
Royal College of Physicians / National Institute for Health Research

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers

Target care sector:
Multi-professional education and training

D13: Credentials for clinicians: helping experienced clinicians integrate research into their work

Session objectives:

Session summary:
This session will outline an AoMRC/NIHR project to develop interprofessional credentials for experienced clinicians wishing to cultivate clinical research capabilities.

This DHSC-funded project aims to enable more patients to benefit from research-active clinical environments whilst improving recruitment and retention of experienced clinicians in areas with low-level research activity.

Session hosted by:
Royal College of Physicians / National Institute for Health Research

Session theme:
Educational research and scholarship

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Academics
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals
Researchers

Target care sector:
Multi-professional education and training