Training

NIHR CLAHRC Wessex is committed to developing the research skills and talents of clinical and academic staff in Wessex. Since we began in 2014 we are supporting eight nurses, five doctors and one dietician to develop their research careers. We work in the NHS for the NHS to improve the health and wellbeing of our patients and improve clinical services.

Read about our job vacancies at CLAHRC Wessex

PhD Trainees & Researchers

  • Angus Prosser

    PhD Student

  • Carole Fogg

    Research Fellow and Senior lecturer

  • Chiara Dall'Ora

    Nurse and PHD student

  • Chris Allen

    Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton and Staff Nurse at the University of Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

  • Claire Reidy

    Senior Research Assistant, Faculty of Health Sciences, research lead on Commissioners project

  • Emily Oliver

  • Emily Walters

    PhD Student

  • Jayne Masters

  • Kate Glyn-Owen

    Specialty Registrar in Public Health

  • Kate Lippiett

    Research Fellow and Respiratory Nurse

  • Lindsay Welch

    Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow

  • Lucy Dorey

    PhD Student, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southampton

  • Dr Lucy Rigge

  • Maria Flynn

  • Naomi Gallant

  • Nuno Tavares

    Specialist nurse and PhD Student, University of Southampton

  • Phil Evans

    Consultant Nurse and Research Fellow

  • Dr Ryan Buchanan

    Specialist Registrar Doctor

  • Stephen Lim

    Clinical Research Fellow

    Theme 2 PPI Staff Link

  • Esther Clift

    Consultant Practitioner Trainee in Frailty.

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Frailty Workforce Development Meetings
Thu 24th August 10.00 - 12.00
Venue: Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

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Patient and public involvement is vital to the success of the CLAHRC.

We would be pleased to hear from you if you are interested in becoming involved in our research and implementation.

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