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This year’s nurse and allied health professional (AHP) interns have begun their research placements.
Over the course of three years, the internship scheme will support 18 newly qualified AHPs at the start of their professional career and bring them into rheumatology research teams.
The governance of the £120,000 programme is being overseen by Professor Catherine Bowen at the University of Southampton, who is joined by colleagues from a network of universities including Leeds, Salford, Oxford and West of England, Bristol.
This project is now in its second year, with six interns due to undertake research projects this year. The first cohort of interns remains involved in the scheme, providing support and mentoring to their peers in the second cohort.
Further details about the interns and their projects can be found below.
The recruitment process for next year's interns will be commencing later this year. If you'd like to be notified when applications are open, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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