2012 RIPple-ers with CLAHRC NDL staff
Research Into Practice people (RIPple)
Applications are now invited for the 2013 RIPple programme, demonstrating the continued commitment of CLAHRC NDL to the development of nurses and Allied Health Professionals.
The programme provides a number of fully funded placements for nurses, Allied Health Professionals or members of other non-medical professions to conduct research based developmental activity, to conduct original research, to implement existing research, to evaluate, audit or service review.
Participants will spend 13 days over six months conducting Research into Practice leading to better outcomes for patients, themselves and their organisations.
CLAHRC NDL will fund their time (including on-costs) for the full 13 days and will also provide a small grant of £500 to enable the participants to involve patients and the public in their projects.
The programme provides a valuable opportunity for individuals to conduct their own dedicated projects in their specialist areas whilst improving patient care and developing their skills.
If you have any questions concerning RIPple, please email John Lewin or call him on 0115 74 84254.
See also an executive summary of the evaluation into the highly successful 2012 RIPple programme here.
Posted on Friday 23rd November 2012