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Cochrane Fellowships 2012
Training / Career Development
Opening Date:
30 March 2012
Closing Date:
22 June 2012
Details:

The Cochrane Collaboration is an international non-profit and independent organisation, dedicated to making up-to-date, accurate information about the effects of healthcare readily available worldwide (www.cochrane.org). It produces and disseminates systematic reviews of healthcare interventions and makes those reviews available as The Cochrane Library.

Since 2002, all this information has been available free of charge throughout the island of Ireland via the Internet (at www.thecochranelibrary.com), sponsored by the Health Research Board (HRB) in Dublin and the Health & Social Care Research and Development Division (HSC R&D Division) in Northern Ireland

WHAT is the aim of the Fellowship?

The aim of the Cochrane Fellowships scheme is to build capacity on the island of Ireland in conducting systematic reviews for inclusion in the Cochrane Library. The scheme forms part of a commitment to increase the ability of researchers to conduct high quality R&D for health and social care, and for managers and professionals to be aware of, and act upon, the results.

WHO should apply?

Applications are invited from individuals resident In the Island of Ireland working in the health and social care area. As this is a training fellowship, applications from those with no prior experience and/or structured training in conducting systematic reviews are encouraged to apply.

WHAT does the Fellowship include?

The Fellowship provides the Fellow with protected time of up to two days per week for up to two years to conduct their review. The award covers systematic review training costs, salary-related costs and research expenses.

HOW do I apply?

Applications for Cochrane Fellowships can be made only by the prospective recipient, and must be submitted on the appropriate HRB application form. Please find the HRB application form below.

Further information is available in the guidelines document below.

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