|Registration Category (for the whole programme inc. ECR Workshop)||Standard (£)|
|ECR Member (signing up for AoP membership includes access to awards and prizes available for Non Consultants who take an active role in the Meeting Programme – join today )||25|
|ECR Non Member||25|
ONLINE EARLY CAREER RESEARCHERS WORKSHOP
The Early Career Researchers Workshop is open to all member and non-member Clinical Fellows / PhD Students, Clinical Lecturers, Intermediate Fellows and Research Active Consultants (Pre-CCT). We warmly encourage non-members to join the Association and enjoy the benefits of membership.
The Early Career Researchers Workshop is a vital chance to on focus practical themes as part of in-depth conversations.
This year we are putting together a very exciting programme for the Early Career Researchers Workshop. We will run two workshops: one on grant writing and a second aimed at providing coaching on presentation skills. We will also have a session focussing on the career paths available and more general career advice from academic clinicians. In addition, we will arrange several presentations from current intermediate fellows. Our overall aim is to provide an interesting and informal programme, which will genuinely be helpful to those interested in pursuing careers as academic physicians.
The Association is also keen to accept others who may benefit from the Workshop. Please contact email@example.com if you would like to be considered for a place but do not meet the eligibility criteria.
|Monday 15 March 2021|
|09:30 - 10:30||Grant writing workshop
Ruth McCaffrey and James Davies
This workshop will provide key insights into how to write a successful grant application. It is based on a highly successful course run by Ruth MacCaffrey at the Radcliffe Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford. James Davies is a clinician scientist at the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford, and Consultant Haematologist who will give a reflection of his experiences of applying for funding.
|10:30 - 10:45||Break|
|10:45 - 11:45||Presentation skills workshop Simon Cain and Katherine Bull
Simon Cain specialises in providing training and coaching in presentation skills both in the public and private sector. He has provided coaching to clinicians and scientists to improve presentation skills and public speaking and has worked for many prestigious universities and institutions including the Royal Society several of the Royal Colleges. Katherine Bull is a clinician scientist at the Nuffield Department of Medicine and Consultant Renal Physician.
|11:45 -12:30||“Poacher turned Gamekeeper – what I’ve learnt since becoming a research funder” Sara Marshall
Sara Marshall is the Head of Clinical Research at the Wellcome Trust. She will give a short, 15-20 minute talk that highlights key things to think about when writing an early career researcher grant application, and then spend 25-30 minutes answering your questions
Thinking of attending the Early Career Researchers Workshop?
Why not read a summary of proceedings from the 2019 Workshop:
Prior to the Annual Meeting, the association held its popular annual Early Career Researchers Workshop. This is targeted at Clinical Fellows /PhD Students, Clinical Lecturers, Intermediate Fellows and Research Active Consultants within the first five years of their appointment as consultant.
The session proved extremely lively and interactive with a line-up of speakers addressing some key cross-cutting issues across research disciplines. Robert Semple, Professor of Translational Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, welcomed around 60 early researchers gathered to hear experts and senior editors of medical journals share thoughts and lead discussion around research integrity and publication ethics.