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NIHR: Public Health Research

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The NIHR Public Health Research Funding Steam has released further information about the next round of commissioned calls.

The PHR Programme funds research that evaluates public health interventions, specifically to provide new knowledge on the benefits, costs, acceptability and wider impacts of non-NHS interventions intended to improve the health of the public and reduce inequalities in health.

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Topic Deadline Commissioning brief Guidance notes Apply
15/50 – Public communication for anti-microbial resistance 3 September 2015, by 1pm Access commissioning brief (pdf, 45.23 KB)Link open in a new window Access guidance notes (pdf, 551.86 KB)Link open in a new window Apply
15/51 – Health Improvement Interventions for gay, bisexual, transgender or other men who have sex with men (MSM) 3 September 2015, by 1pm Access commissioning brief (pdf, 29.01 KB)Link open in a new window Access guidance notes (pdf, 551.86 KB)Link open in a new window Apply
15/52 – Interventions to target people in mid-life to maintain or take up healthy behaviours 3 September 2015, by 1pm Access commissioning brief (pdf, 29.38 KB)Link open in a new window Access guidance notes (pdf, 551.86 KB)Link open in a new window Apply
15/53 – Community- based interventions that promote uptake and maintenance of breastfeeding 3 September 2015, by 1pm Access commissioning brief (pdf, 51.62 KB)Link open in a new window Access guidance notes (pdf, 551.86 KB)Link open in a new window Apply
15/54 – Interventions to promote healthy eating in minority ethnic groups 3 September 2015, by 1pm Access commissioning brief (pdf, 29.18 KB)Link open in a new window Access guidance notes (pdf, 551.86 KB)Link open in a new window
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