NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowships in Medicine 2022
- For help with your application contact IAT@nihr.ac.uk Unless related to IPF:firstname.lastname@example.org
- For more information about the funding Programme, visit the Programme Page
- NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship (Medical) Guidance for Recruitment and Appointment 2022
- NIHR Allocated Clinical Fellowship in Medicine 2022 - Allocated Posts
- NIHR IAT Priority Research Themes
For further information about the NIHR ACFs, visit the IAT Programme page, contact email@example.com or call 0113 532 8444.
The NIHR Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF) is a clinical specialty training post in medicine that incorporates academic training. The NIHR has allocated funding for 250 ACFs for recruitment in 2022/23, through the Integrated Academic Training (IAT) Programme.
The post has a standard duration of 3 years (up to 4 years for GPs). As an NIHR ACF you will have access to Masters-level research training to develop academic skills and spend 25% of your time in research or educationalist training. In 2022, 116 of the 250 ACFs have programmes of research aligned with NIHR IAT Priority Research Themes. The research areas for the remaining NIHR ACF posts will be based on local expertise and the applicant's individual interests.
Full details, including the eligibility criteria for the NIHR ACF, are available in the 2022 Academic Clinical Fellowship (Medical) Guidance Document.
The 2022 ACFs are available from 01 October 2021, with award starting dates between 01 April 2022 and 31 March 2023.
Candidates for NIHR ACFs apply via the online application system Oriel, not the NIHR, because recruitment is managed by Health Education England (HEE) Local Offices.