The National Institute for Health Research () and Health Education England ( ) have updated the information about their Integrated Clinical Academic Programme, which supports Healthcare Scientists and other non-medical professions to develop a research element to their careers.
The June 2015 update newsletter which provides a particular information on the internship and masters elements of the programme./ ICA Programme have issued an
ICA Internships are designed to offer a short introduction to all aspects and roles across clinical academic research from trial design, data management through to undertaking practical research in a clinical environment. is preparing to start a new wave of recruitment for internships later this summer. More information can be obtained from the team at . .RI@ .net
The programme has also announced the 10 universities that will be offering the Masters element – with fully-funded courses (included salary backfill) which can be taken full-time over one year or part time over 2 years.
The ICA has also produced a short promotional video (below) to promote the benefits of the ICA programme.