Call for Proposals for Public Health Intervention Development (UK)

Deadline: 21-Jan-21 The Medical Research Council (MRC) has announced a call for proposals for the Public Health Intervention Development (PHIND). Proposals can include qualitative and quantitative primary research and the development of theory and logic models; however, emphasis should be placed on developing the intervention. (Ad) What tools do you need to raise funds for your organization? A grants database, a donor search option, sample proposals, a library of guidebooks on how to raise funds, a grants map, a deadline calendar, training from fundraising experts and an alert system to give you timely information about new opportunities. We have all of these in our Premium Membership service – now available at 50% discount. $49.99 per year only. Click here! Examples of the focus of health-related, population-level interventions include: Transport, education, employment, leisure and the built environment. Healthcare settings are not excluded, but projects should demonstrate the potential for improvement. The health of general, high risk or vulnerable populations. Funding Information Applicants can apply for up to £150,000, for a maximum of 18 months. Eligibility Criteria (Ad) How can I search grant information of my interest? Any UK-based researcher with an employment contract at an eligible research organisation can apply for this funding opportunity. International co-investigators can be included if they provide expertise not available in the UK. You can include one or more industry partners as project partners in your application. You must be a UK-based researcher at an eligible research organisation. This includes: Higher education institutions; Approved independent research organisations; Approved NHS bodies; Research council institutes. Your project can last up to 18 months. Funding is available for 80% of its full economic cost. Your proposal must focus on developing the intervention. You can collaborate with: Industry partners; International co-investigators who offer expertise not available in the UK. How to Apply Your application should consist of the following items: The online Je-S form. Your proposal should be submitted through the Joint Electronic Submission (Je-S) system. Select the following: Council: MRC; Document type: Standard Proposal; Scheme: Research Grant; Call: PHIND January 2021. Please note that all co-applicants should be registered on Je-S. Case for Support Your Case for Support should be structured using the headings listed in the guidance document and uploaded to your Je-S application as a PDF. It should be a maximum of four A4 pages (11-point text), plus one additional page for references. In your Case for Support, the main study refers to the subsequent intervention development phases that would be informed by or could lead on from the proposed intervention development study. It is important to demonstrate the pathway to the main study and latter evaluation stages in your proposal. Justification of resources requested Please describe what funding is being requested and explain how these funds will be used. Please include any other funding sources which are supporting aspects of the proposed research. It should be a maximum of 500 words. CVs and publication lists A separate CV and publication list should be uploaded for each of the principal investigators, co-investigators and named individual research staff. Each CV and publication list should be uploaded as separate documents and should be a maximum of one page each. Letters of support Where relevant, please include letters of support from relevant stakeholders, such as policymakers and user organisations. GANTT Chart Applicants can include a GANTT chart as a separate file with their submissions. However, this is not a mandatory document. The chart is available on the list of attachments that can be uploaded onto Je-S. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/3n9LRjc (Ad) Looking for Grants and Donors for your country? Post Views: 127 Share this post: Related

Call for Proposals for Public Health Intervention Development (UK)

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