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The NHS is looking at the future of clinical academic careers for healthcare scientists. In order to develop clinical academic pathways in healthcare science, it is important to quantify the contribution healthcare scientists and their academic and industry colleagues make to research, education and teaching and understand how individuals have developed their involvement in such roles.
Please would you take the time to complete a short survey asking for information on your role and your views on what makes it easier or more difficult to engage in academic work in healthcare science, for both research and education and training.
Information from this survey will provide evidence for a new approach to Clinical Academic Careers in Healthcare Science. Your help and a timely response by 30th March would be greatly appreciated.
The Survey is entirely electronic and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Please click on the following link to start the survey.
Thank you very much for your time and co-operation.
With best wishes,
Professor Sue Hill, Chief Scientific Officer and Dr Keith Ison
Co-chairs, Medical Education England Healthcare Science Programme Board