Education and Training
SHO Training Scheme
The CRF is the only research facility in Ireland to provide a three month academic rotation program offered to trainee doctors as part of their basic specialist training scheme.
The position allows medical SHOs with an interest in academic medicine to further their experience in clinical and translational research by spending three months working within the Clinical Research Facility. During this time, the SHO will work with the CRF on existing studies within the unit and gain experience of working in a highly regulated environment, adherence and understanding of ICH-GCP, project management of studies and working within a quality framework. This post also comes with protected time to enable the SHO to conduct their own research.
It will be necessary for candidates to identify a particular area of research interest and have a project planned prior to commencing in the CRF.
How do they apply?
Completing the Research and Innovation online application form.
If you are on the campus of St James’s Hospital, you can access the link directly from the R&I Office intranet site. Otherwise, please email; email@example.com to receive the link to the external research application form.
More information about the application process is available in the guidance section. It also includes information that might be helpful when planning your project, such as the ethics application requirements, data protection and informed consent.