Resources & Links
The CAHPR website provides more information about the council and other useful resources, such as resources for managers and their top research tips series.
A competency framework that describes the integrated knowledge and skills that an AHP needs in order to perform applied research within a range of practice settings and at different levels of complexity.
CAHPR’s Top Ten Tips series offer brief summary advice on key topics for novice, early career and experienced researchers. This series is written and produced by CAHPR hubs and guest authors.
- Becoming a Peer Reviewer
- Capturing Research Impact
- Enabling Research Activity
- Engaging with your AHSN
- Getting your Abstract Accepted
- Getting Your Paper Published
- Implementation for Impact
- Medtech Development for AHPs
- NEW – Navigating doctoral studies: overview
- Patient and Public Involvement
- Preparing a Scientific Poster
- Running a Journal Club
- Seeking Ethical Approval
- Social Media
- Writing Service Improvement Case Studies
The nation’s largest funder of health and care research, including the HEE-NIHR Integrated Clinical Academic Programme with pre-doctoral, doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships.
The RDS provide free advice and support to researchers developing applied health or social care research proposals.
Clinical Academic Careers East (CLAC East) is a dedicated information hub for anyone interested in clinical academic careers in the East of England.
Experiences of AHPs in research roles
Healthtalk.org have talked to 45 AHPs and nurses in research from across the UK to answer questions about their roles in clinical research.
Research Career Resource
Health Education England (HEE) have created this careers resource for AHP career development, including research.
National training courses
The National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) website has a database of research training courses.
INVOLVE is a national advisory group to support active public involvement in NHS, public health and social care research.