Building clinical academic capacity and the allocation of resources across academic specialties

2009 working group report that sets out factors that should be taken into account when allocating resources across clinical academic specialties.

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UK clinical research benefits from investment from Government and other research funders.  A challenge for funders and institutions is to allocate resources across the range of clinical academic specialties, to most effectively pursue research and its translation into improved healthcare.

In 2009, the Academy’s Clinical Academic Careers Committee, chaired by Professor Patrick Sissons FMedSci, published a report providing guidance on how funding and resource should be used to support clinical academic specialties.

The report sets out factors that should be taken into account when allocating resources across clinical academic specialties. Its recommendations, aimed at facilitating a more co-ordinated approach to building clinical academic research and workforce capacity, are presented as guidelines for funding bodies and Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) to utilise when allocating programmatic research funding and fellowships.

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