The College is committed to supporting and increasing paediatric research opportunities in child health. See below for the latest projects that you can get involved in. Contact the Research Administrator for more information.
NICE: Technology Appraisal Advisory Committees – recruitment of a Chair for its highly specialised technologies evaluation committee, and recruitment of a Chair for its advisory committee on the use of health technologies
If you would like to apply for, either position, please find details on the NICE website at www.nice.org.uk/getinvolved/joinnwc/ChairHSTECAndTAC.jsp. The deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm, Wednesday 13 March 2013. If you have any questions or wish to discuss the role further, please email Lynn Woodward at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paediatrician recruitment for Drug Allergy Guideline Development Group, NICE
The National Clinical Guidelines Centre (NCGC) hosted by the Royal College of Physicians has been commissioned by NICE to develop an evidence-based clinical guideline on Drug Allergy. They are currently seeking to recruit a paediatrician (specialising in drug allergy) to join as a full guideline development group (GDG) member. For more information about the role and how to apply, please follow the links below:
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RCPCH Commission on Child Health Research
The RCPCH Commission on Child Health Research is led by Professor Neena Modi, Vice President of Science and Research at the College. The aim of this work is to strengthen childrens research activity in the UK by focusing on:
- exposure to child health research at undergraduate level
- research training and short term experience opportunities for paediatric trainees
- supporting and incentivising NHS consultant research involvement
The report will be launched on the 20 November 2012. If you have particular views regarding research to benefit child health, or would like to be involved with the consultation of this document, please contact Karina Pall, email@example.com
RCPCH Streamlining Guidance for Researchers
The RCPCH Streamlining Guidance for Researchers group, led by Professor Neena Modi, is working closely with the Royal College of Nursing to develop route maps specific to the involvement of children and young people in qualitative research. The report can be accessed by following the link below:
The group are also pleased to announce that the RCPCH research ethics writing sub-group will be updating the. The report will also include the updated route maps found above, this report will be launched in spring 2013.
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