Applications for the ARC East of England mental health research fellowship programme will open again in October of this year – and fellows always emphasise the importance of preparing your application early! In this video interview you can hear from previous ARC mental health fellow, clinical psychologist, Dr Loveday Newman.
This ARC fellowship is for people based in the East of England who work in an area of mental health, including mental health practitioners, clinicians, NHS managers, health and social care practitioners and those who work in education or third-sector settings The successful fellows will pursue an 18-month supervised project in an area of mental health. Fellows will spend 12-months on a mental health research project, attend bespoke educational seminars, followed by 6-months working on a mental health implementation project.
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