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The ARC Fellowship Programme is aimed at clinicians, health and social care practitioners, voluntary sector staff and NHS managers across the East of England.

The programme, which has been running since 2010 with over 100 fellowships awarded, is for those who would like to work at the interface of research and practice, develop an understanding of the research environment and develop skills in research methodology, service redesign, change management and implementing evidence-based improvements into practice.

The Mental Health Research Fellowship Programme is for mental health practitioners and people who impact mental health more broadly including clinicians, NHS managers, health and social care practitioners and those working in education or third-sector settings. It is aimed at people who are keen to develop an understanding of the research environment, and to develop skills in research methodology, service redesign and change management.

The deadline for applications is 30 November 2022. Those shortlisted will attend interviews in January or February 2023 (depending on the programme) and start in April 2023.

For more information view the leaflets below or visit the Fellowship website or the Mental Health Over Life course website.

ARC Mental Health Research Fellowship Programme 2023

Overview: ARC EoE Fellowship Programme 2023

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