New NIHR funding opportunities available

The following new funding opportunities are available from NIHR:

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme

The NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR) Programme funds research to produce evidence on the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services. This includes evaluations of how the NHS might improve delivery of services. The audience for this research is the public, service users, clinicians and managers.

  • 16/116 – Researcher-led, standard outline
  • 16/115 – Researcher-led, evidence synthesis full

For applications for evidence synthesis research, the HS&DR researcher-led workstream now operates a one-stage straight to full application process

For details see the NIHR website.

Research for the Patient Benefit Programme

The NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) programme invites research proposals which are related to the day-to-day practice of health service staff and is concerned with having an impact on the health or well-being of patients and users of the NHS. As a responsive rather than a commissioning programme, RfPB does not seek to name specific topic areas and welcomes applications on a wide range of issues and aims to fund high quality research that will be directed at achieving benefit for users of the NHS in England.

  • Competition 31

For details see the NIHR website.

 

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NIHR – Research for the Patient Benefit Event

The Research Design Service NE are running a half day event aimed at applied health researchers, R&D managers and colleagues from Clinical Trials Units and NIHR support networks. It will offer an opportunity for researchers and those involved in promoting and preparing NIHR RfPB bids to gain a greater understanding of the renewed programme. It will provide information about the changes to the programme and the types of proposals that NIHR is keen to encourage.

The event will not be a forum for detailed methodological discussions, but there will be opportunity to network with presenters, RDS advisers and other delegates.

Registration is free and lunch is provided. The event will take place in Durham.

For further information see the RDS NE website.

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