ACFs in conjunction with Lancaster University

 
ACFs in conjunction with Lancaster University

 

The Faculty of Health and Medicine at Lancaster University has an established ACF programme which is linked to our work-based Masters in Clinical Research programme which is undertaken by ACFs on a part-time basis for three years. The programme provides an introduction to clinical research and applied methodological skills and enables ACFs to develop the skills and knowledge to translate research into practice.

 

The MSc in Clinical Research has been designed, in consultation with NHS Partners, to meet the needs of practitioners and staff working in the NHS to ensure its relevance and value to NHS health professionals. The MSc is therefore suitable for individuals who may enter the ACF programme with minimal or no experience of research and research methods, and has recently been updated following feedback from previous participants. Equally, those entering the programme with considerable prior experience, or a credits from a pre-existing programme of study, can have their own learning needs assessed on an individual basis and their research training programme adapted accordingly. Additionally, the CHICAS research group offers an ongoing programme of research development activities for staff and students, e.g. an internal research forum and a seminar series featuring external speakers, and the appointee will be encouraged to actively participate in the group’s educational activities. External opportunities may also be identified and supported where possible.

 

Current ACF Vacancies (anticipated start date: No later than 31st March 2023):

 

  • One post available in Public Health OR GP OR Neurology

 

If you wish to apply for Neurology (ST1) or (ST2) please click here

If you wish to apply for Public Health (ST1) or (ST2) or (ST3) please click here 

If you wish to apply for GP (ST1) or (ST2) please click here

 

Click here to view Programme Details 

 

General Contact Details:

For all Lancaster University queries, except for General Practice, please contact:

Email: acfrecruitment.nw@hee.nhs.uk 

The Academic Lead for Lancaster University is Dr Amy Gadoud (a.gadoud@lancaster.ac.uk)    

 

Anaesthetics 

Academic Lead: Cliff Shelton

Emergency Medicine

Clinical Programme Lead: Jon Argall

Endocrinology & Diabetes

Academic Lead: Professor Jen Logue

General Practice

Academic Lead: Fliss Connolly

Neurology

Academic Lead: Professor Emsley

Paediatrics

Academic Lead: Amy Gadoud

Public Health Medicine 

Academic Lead: Mark Limmer

 

Last updated: 8th February 2022