Evidence Synthesis Ireland Fellowship Scheme 2021
*This call is closed*
Who should apply
Fellows may be in full or part time employment, be clinicians or clinician-academic trainees, researchers and/or postgraduate students resident in the island of Ireland and working in health and/or social care areas. As this is a training Fellowship, there are no restrictions on career stage and applications from those with no prior experience and/or structured training in conducting evidence synthesis are encouraged. It is highly recommended that applicants emphasise the new skills/knowledge they will accrue from this Fellowship.
Applicants are advised to carefully read the Guidance Notes which outline the terms and conditions of the Fellowship before completing an application.
Application Guidance Notes: click here
Academic Reference Form: click here
Application Form: click here
Do I have to be resident on the island of Ireland?
Yes, all applicants must be resident of either the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland.
If I applied previously, can I use the same references?
Yes, we will hold references on file for three rounds
How many times a year will the call be announced?
We will hold the call up to three times per year. Sign up to our mailing list and follow us on Twitter to be first to hear.
Are these Fellowships paid?
The Fellowships are unsalaried, which allows those working full-time to apply, and allows us to place Fellows with highly experienced evidence synthesis centres and review teams in Ireland and internationally for first-rate training and mentorship. Fellows receive access to a €1000 travel/dissemination/training bursary, free attendance at ESI training events, co-authorship on high quality review reports/publications and other benefits as described in the guidance documents.
Where can I find the estimated start date and duration of the review?
This information is found within each review call document. Please note these will vary depending on the nature of the review.