The UKAR Study is a NIHR portfolio study which can provide hands-on experience of working on a research study under the mentorship of a research-active local Principal Investigator (PI).
The 6-month, in-work training scheme is a great opportunity for qualified NHS healthcare professionals (such as trainee doctors, nurses and pharmacists) to introduce clinical research to your day-to-day role. On completion and verification of the training checklist (below), your NIHR Associate PI (API) status will be certified for your training portfolio.
API scheme checklist:
To learn more about the challenges and practicalities of delivering a portfolio study and get involved in the UKAR Study, contact the team: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: UK Antimicrobial Registry (UKAR) FAQs