Clinical research careers

Transform the future of health and care with a clinical research career at the Royal Devon, supporting new treatments and therapies that will make a huge difference for our communities.

You’ll have dedicated time with patients and access to purpose-built, state-of-the-art facilities, empowering you to contribute to the cutting-edge of health and care innovation. Funded training and development opportunities are in high supply, and you’ll be working within a collaborative team environment of professionals across a wide range of specialties.

With a wide range of research roles available, you will have plenty of support and guidance to establish your career and build your skills, whether you are training as a clinical research nurse, discovering a data analyst role, or searching for a research practitioner vacancy.

Research at the Royal Devon

Research at the Royal Devon

The Royal Devon has a strong research culture that prioritises building partnerships, investing in innovation, and achieving better health and care outcomes for patients.

Drawing on the expertise of leading scientists, academics, research nurses and supporting colleagues, the Trust delivers a diverse range of commercial and non-commercial clinical trials, observational studies, and transformative projects exploring new therapies and medical technologies.

The impact of this research is profound as it empowers the Royal Devon to deliver life-changing and often life-saving diagnostic services, introduce new and improved treatment methods, and innovate ways to monitor conditions from the comfort of a patient’s own home.

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Our partnership with the University of Exeter

Our partnership with the University of Exeter

The Royal Devon’s strong partnership with the University of Exeter encompasses the training and development of healthcare professionals and state-of-the-art facilities provided in partnership at the RILD building on the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital Wonford site.

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Last updated: May 30, 2024.