A Clinical Training Fellow undertakes specialised or further clinical research training in fields relevant to the goals and objectives of the funding body.
A Clinical Training Fellowship provides a broad research training that will combine academic course work and/or a thesis based degree, with on the job research experience and training within a multidisciplinary research group.
It is expected that Clinical Training Fellows may:
- undertake limited clinical and teaching duties relevant to their research.
It is expected that Clinical Training Fellows:
- take an active interest in the activities relating to the Department;
- meet all compliance and reporting requirements;
- work collegially with staff and students in the Department.
Clinical Training Fellow are qualified health professionals such as medical and dental graduates, psychologists, nurses and other clinical researchers.
All Fellows are required to enrol for an appropriate postgraduate qualification which has a research component eg. medical and dental graduates progressing to MD or PhD, or nurses and other health professionals progressing to MHSc, DPH, MPH or PhD.
Authority to appoint
The Dean of School approves the appointment of Training Fellows.
Lecturer scale (Medical/Dental) (usually in the range from step 1 to step 4), depending on qualification and research experience.
No. Short term appointment only, usually one to three years.
No. Short term appointment only
Research and study leave
Clinical Training Fellows are covered by the Academic Staff (Medical & Dental) Employment Agreement.
In addition to the terms and conditions of appointment with the University, Fellowships are subject to the terms and conditions of research contracts as set out in the document HRC Rules: Permissible use of research funding and operation of contracts.
Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF)
Not required to submit an Evidence Portfolio.