NICE is recruiting for Fellows and Scholars

Posted 4 October 2019

Date: 04 Oct 2019

Type: FSRH News and Information

Would you like the opportunity to improve the quality of care?

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is offering an opportunity to those working in health and social care to gain an insight into the work of NICE, influence it's work and gain access to a range of career enhancing opportunities.

Recruitment for the 2020 intake is now open for both Fellows and Scholars. Applications close on the 28 October 2019

Who are NICE Fellows?

NICE Fellows are senior health and social care leaders, ambassadors for the institute at regional and national levels and among their professional groups. Fellowship is over three years and might involve around one day per month.

If you are one of the following you might want to apply:

  • medical and clinical directors
  • directors of nursing
  • heads of midwifery
  • directors of finance
  • heads of services for the allied health professions
  • directors or heads of adults and children’s services
  • directors of provider services in social care
  • consultant psychologists
  • heads of service for healthcare scientists
  • lay members from our committees
  • influential individuals working in the charitable and voluntary sector.

Read more about the Fellow programme and application process here.

What is the NICE Scholarship programme? 

NICE Scholarships are one-year opportunities to find out about the inner workings of NICE. You'd undertake a supported improvement project, related to our guidance, within a local organisation, national charity or voluntary sector organisation.

Who can apply?

  • specialist registrars
  • senior nurses
  • pharmacists and allied health professionals
  • healthcare scientists
  • service improvement leads
  • public health and social care specialists
  • psychological professionals
  • lay members from our committees
  • those working in the charitable and voluntary sector.

Read more and apply for the NICE Scholars programme here