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Latest calls from the NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme

17/65 – Dequalinium chloride as first-line treatment for bacterial vaginosis 17/66 – Short-term use of benzodiazepines for the acute management of acute low back pain 17/67 – Primary antibiotic prophylaxis for spontaneous bacterial peritonitis in cirrhosis 17/68 – Androgen replacement therapy in symptomatic men with low testosterone 17/69 – Safely and Effectively Stopping Medications in…

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Latest funding opportunities from NIHR

Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowship Programme – Round 6
Knowledge Mobilisation Research Fellowships (KMRF) are designed to support a balance of innovative knowledge mobilisation and research into the processes and impacts of such innovation. Through innovative practice and systematic study of that practice KMR Fellows should advance knowledge and understanding about research use, influence and impact.

Policy Research Programme – Policy Research Units

Public Health Research Programme
17/91 – Researcher-led evidence synthesis
17/92 – Researcher-led standard (including complex health needs in older people)

Research for Patient Benefit Programme Competition 34 (including complex health needs in older people)

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NIHR Latest Opportunities

The following funding opportunities are available:

Department of Health

Antimicrobial Resistance in a Global Context

Health Services & Delivery Research Programme

17/51 Gender identity health services
17/52 Research on interventions to support service guideline implementation and the adoption of new models of care at scale
17/45 – Researcher-led evidence synthesis
17/49 – Researcher-led standard

Health Technology Assessment Programme

16/74 – Optimal treatment strategies for fistulising perianal Crohn’s disease
16/96 – Standardised diagnostic assessment tool as an adjunct to clinical practice in child and adolescent mental health services
16/97 – Antipsychotics for anorexia nervosa

Programme Development Grants

Competition 19

Programme Grants for Applied Research

Competition 24

Public Health Research Programme

17/53 – Changing drinking behaviours
17/54 – Digital interventions for sexual health promotion
17/55 – Promoting independence in older people

Policy Research Programme
Round 19:

1 – Evaluation of Supplementary Prescribing by Dietitians and Independent Prescribing by Therapeutic Radiographers
2 – Evaluation of the Transforming Care Programme

For more information and a list of all current funding opportunities, please visit the NIHR website.

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Health Foundation – Improving Young People’s Health

This year the Health Foundation is beginning to implement a long-term strategy to improve people’s health in the UK. Applications for research are invited to further the understanding of factors that shape young people’s future health prospects, as part of a Health Foundation inquiry on the topic. The project requires a research partner with a…

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The Health Foundation – Scaling Up Improvement

Do you have a health care intervention or approach that has been proven to deliver better care?

  • Are you ready to deliver your intervention or approach at scale?
  • We’re looking for teams with approaches or interventions that have been successfully tested at a small scale, shown to improve care and are now ready to be implemented more widely.
  • Apply now to receive up to £500,000 funding to support the implementation and evaluation of your project.

 

Scaling Up Improvement supports teams to take successful health care interventions or approaches and deliver them at scale, to improve health care in the UK. The Health Foundation will support up to seven projects that aim to scale and spread tested interventions or approaches to improve the delivery of healthcare services. Projects must be able to make improvements at scale at care pathway, health board, clinical network, organisational, regional or national levels. Your project should result in direct impact on patient outcomes within the timescale of the programme.

Due to the range of skills and experience required to deliver an improvement project of this scale, it is expected that a number of organisations will need to work together in partnership to deliver a successful project.

To apply read the information below and complete the screening tool to check your eligibility.

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The MRC has come together with seven other research funders to create an interactive ‘map’ of the funding schemes available to biomedical, health and social care researchers.

The ‘funding view’ takes the form of an interactive map, giving the user an easy way to navigate the UK biomedical research funding landscape. There is also a ‘career view’.

Funders covered:

  • MRC
  • Alzheimer’s Research UK
  • Alzheimer’s Society
  • British Heart Foundation
  • Cancer Research UK
  • NC3Rs
  • NIHR
  • Wellcome Trust

 

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