NIHR Latest Funding Opportunities

The following new funding opportunities are available from NIHR:

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme
18/73 Health Services and Delivery Research Programme researcher-led (standard)
18/74 Health Services and Delivery Research Programme researcher-led (evidence synthesis)
18/75 HS&DR Mental Health Themed Call

Health Technology Assessment Programme
18/65 Health Technology Assessment Programme researcher-led (evidence synthesis)

18/66 Health Technology Assessment Programme researcher-led (primary research)
18/67 HTA Mental Health Themed Call (evidence synthesis)
18/68 HTA Mental Health Themed Call (primary research)

Invention for Innovation Programme
Product Development Awards – Call 16

Public Health Research Programme
18/69 Benefits of the provision of health and wellbeing education during Initial Teaching Training and Continual Professional Development of qualified teachers
18/70 Fire and rescue visits to improve health outcomes
18/71 Sex and relationship interventions for young people with learning disabilities
18/72 Gang violence and gang related harms to health

 

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Latest Funding Opportunities from NIHR

Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme
An NIHR and MRC partnership
18/62 EME Mental Health Themed Call – round 2
18/58 EME Researcher Led – new brain tumour highlight notice added

Public Health Research Programme
18/61 PHR Mental Health Themed Call – round 2
18/60 Researcher-led – new brain tumour highlight notice added

Research for Patient Benefit Programme
Competition 36 – including Mental Health Themed Call round 2

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

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Latest call from NIHR

Latest calls from NIHR

Clinician Scientist Award
Round 18

Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation Programme
An NIHR and MRC partnership
18/55 Improving Safety and Efficacy Through Targeted Drug Delivery
18/56 Neurodegenerative Disorders
18/57 Type 2 Diabetes
18/58 EME Researcher Led
18/59 Mechanisms of action of health interventions

Health Technology Assessment Programme

18/24 Early reoperation for patients with residual glioblastoma
18/25 Microstructural scaffold insertion following microfracture for chondral knee defects
18/26 Surgical management of pressure ulcers
18/27 Alternative bisphosphonate regimens for the prevention of osteoporotic fracture in adults
18/28 Paediatric wrist fracture
18/29 Preventing job loss in people with long term physical health conditions
18/30 Hysteroscopic removal of retained placenta
18/31 Discontinuation of growth hormone treatment in pubertal children
18/32 Management of orthostatic hypotension
18/33 Valuing the benefits and harms of antenatal and new born screening programmes in the UK
18/34 Routinely used interventions for improving attachment in infants and young children
18/35 Behavioural intervention to treat anxiety in adults with autism and  moderate to severe learning disabilities
18/36 Anticonvulsant augmentation of antipsychotic medication in the management of psychosis
18/37 Repair of digital nerve injury
18/38 Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor for the treatment of anxiety in adults with autism
18/39 Earlier active management of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
18/40 Short-term use of benzodiazepines for the acute management of acute low back pain
18/41 Clinical and cost effectiveness of alternative urinary catheter design
18/42 Cystic fibrosis
18/43 Rotation of the fetal head at full cervical dilatation
18/44 Pre-hospital pain management
18/45 Proton pump inhibitor therapy for refractory gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms
18/46 Pharmacological management of post-traumatic seizures  
18/47 Outpatient cervical ripening for induction of labour
18/48 Radiotherapy in first-line treatment of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma
18/49 Radiofrequency denervation for low back pain
18/50 Frail older people in primary care
18/51 Extended duration haemodialysis
18/52 Management of isolated or incidental subsegmental pulmonary embolism
18/53 Clozapine for children and young people with treatment resistant schizophrenia

Integrated Clinical Academic Programme for non-medical healthcare professionals
An NIHR and Health Education England partnership
Round 4

Public Health Research Programme
18/60 Researcher-led (including complex health and care needs in older people and London Devolution Deal highlight notices)

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

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NIHR – Latest Funding Opportunities

Here are the latest funding opportunities from NIHR:

Health Technology Assessment Programme
18/14 Anti-reflux therapy in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
18/15 Non-surgical vs surgical management of unstable ankle fractures
18/16 Nebulised saline in patients with COPD
18/17 Antenatal computerised cardiotocography
18/18 Active case finding of coeliac disease
18/19 The cost effectiveness of venous thromboembolism risk assessment tools for hospital inpatients
18/20 Bronchodilators and corticosteroids in bronchiectasis
18/21 Strategies for testing and treating TB infection
18/22 Foot orthoses for children with symptomatic flat feet
18/23 Calcium supplementation for women at high-risk of pre-eclampsia

Public Health Research Programme
Public Health Review Team

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Dunhill Medical Trust – Research Project Grant Scheme

Dunhill Medical Trust – Research Project Grant Scheme

Applications are invited from academics and clinicians from all health professions (including allied health professionals) who wish to undertake a research proposal aimed at improving the understanding of the mechanisms of ageing, the treatment of age-related disease and frailty or identifying and developing new and effective ways to improve the lives of older people.

Research Project Grants should be completed in a maximum period of three years. The minimum grant available is £25k and the maximum is £300k.

Host institutions for the research project grant should be a recognised university department, teaching hospital or other recognised research centre within the UK.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 5pm on 5th January 2018

Scheme guidelines and details of how to apply: http://dunhillmedical.org.uk/research-project-grants/

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Latest NIHR Funding Opportunities

The following opportunities are available from NIHR

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme

Health Technology Assessment Programme

Invention for Innovation Programme

Health Technology Assessment Programme

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

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The Health Foundation – Health as an asset for the Economy and Society

The Health Foundation, an independent charity committed to bringing about better health and health care for people in the UK, has launched a new £1.5 million funding programme for innovative research on the economic and social value of health in the UK.

Researchers are invited to submit research proposals that build the evidence for health as an asset for the economy and society, and generate new knowledge to understand the impact that the health of an individual has on their own social and economic outcomes.

The Health Foundation will fund a number of projects that span a range of age groups and different social and economic outcomes.

Each project will receive between £150,000 and £350,000 for research that is up to three years in duration.

The closing date for applications is 12 noon, Friday 29 September 2017.

We are holding an information call for the programme on Thursday 17 August at 4pm. Register your interest via the link below

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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 Older People with multimorbidity and polypharmacy
17/70 – Cost-effectiveness of earlier provision of powered wheelchair interventions for children with mobility limitations
17/71 – Treatment of new onset atrial fibrillation in the ICU
17/72 – Treatment of steroid resistant ulcerative colitis
17/73 – Early reoperation for patients with residual glioblastoma
17/74 – Early vs late cranial reconstruction (cranioplasty) in patients who have undergone a supratentorial decompressive craniectomy
17/75 – Management of an impacted fetal head during emergency caesarean section
17/76 – Home-blended food for children with gastrostomy tubes
17/77 – Clozapine for children and young people with treatment resistant schizophrenia
17/78 – Physical exercise for depression in adolescents
17/79 – Trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder in schizophrenia
17/80 – Psychosocial intervention to address the mental health needs of parents/carers of children newly diagnosed with autism
17/81 – Recurrent intra-articular corticosteroid injections in osteoarthritis
17/82 – Treatment to target in gout
17/83 – Biological response modifier drugs for rare autoimmune diseases
17/84 – Whole slide imaging in pathology
17/85 – Follow up of quiescent neovascular age-related macular degeneration
17/86 – The clinical and cost effectiveness of screening for Group B Streptococcus (GBS) in pregnancy
17/87 – Proton pump inhibitor therapy for refractory gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms
17/88 – Fluid resuscitation regimens for burn injuries
17/89 – Interventions for babies born late preterm and early term
17/96 – Benzodiazepines for treatment resistant panic disorder

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