The Information Analysts’ Development Programme returns and with an additional cohort starting in November.

The Health Innovation East Midlands (formally East Midlands Academic Health Science Network) are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of funded places on the Information Analysts’ Development Programme.

This well-established 10 day programme is designed for analysts working in any health or care environment and will be delivered virtually.

The programme has been developed as part of the Health Innovation East Midlands and Health Innovation West Midlands’ commitment to excellence in health analytics and investment in the analytical workforce across the Midlands region.

HIEM subsidises the programme for successful analysts working in the Midlands which means places are fully funded so analysts do not have to cover the cost of £960 per place.

Successful applicants will be invited to participate in the next cohort starting in November.  The cohort will be kept to a limited number to ensure attendees receive high quality support over the course lasting approximately 20 weeks which is delivered online.

This programme provides an excellent opportunity to consolidate and build on existing skills and to learn new skills, plus the opportunity to meet analysts from across the Midlands.

Applying for the programme

There are limited places available for the programme open to any analyst working in health and care in the East or West Midlands.

To be considered for a place, please complete the online form below by 5pm, 9th November 2023. The judging panel is looking for applicants who are able to showcase that the programme will be of real benefit to them and their organisation.

For more background on the programme click here.

If you have any questions about the programme or the process of applying, please get in touch with Rachael Tagg (Rachael.Tagg@nottingham.ac.uk ) or Glen Howard (Glen.Howard@nhs.net or phone 07971 841778)

Application form

Complete the application form: download a copy here and submit it to Glen.Howard@nhs.net

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