Vacancies at HS&DR
Panel and Board members
The HS&DR Programme is now recruiting for the following vacancies:
- HS&DR Programme Commissioning Board members (researcher-led and commissioned workstreams)
- HS&DR Programme Prioritisation Panel Chairs (researcher-led and commissioned workstreams)
Applications are welcomed from people with a wide range of expertise. In particular we are currently seeking input from:
- Health economists
- NHS managers
- Directors of NHS Trusts
- Research academics
For more information on the role of the Commissioning Board, the Prioritisation Panel and what is expected of a new member view the terms of reference and members duties:
To download the role descriptions, application form and equal opportunities form (optional), please visit the NETSCC professional opportunities page.
For more information on our Boards and Panels visit the Board and Panel members section
Current vacancies in the HS&DR ProgrammeReviewers
We are looking for more expert reviewers to play a vital part in maintaining and improving the quality of the HS&DR Programme products. Reviewers are sought from a variety of fields, including clinical, methodological, NHS management and those who use NHS services.
The programme operates a ‘closed’ system of external review, in which reviewers’ comments are sought in confidence. Sections that may be communicated to the applicant are clearly indicated and these will always be anonymised.
If you feel you could help the HS&DR Programme with commenting on short briefing papers, reviewing full proposals or draft reports of research findings, visit our becoming a reviewer page on the NETSCC website.
We welcome suggestions for research priorities at any time. Please email us to make your suggestion.
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The NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR) Programme is managed by the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC). NETSCC is part of the University of Southampton funded by the NIHR, with specific contributions from the CSO in Scotland and NISCHR in Wales and the HSC R&D Division, Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland.