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NIHR Calls

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Take a look at these new funding opportunities from the Department of Health’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).

Public Health Research Programme: 15/129, 15/189, 15/193

Proposals for commissioned research may address: local interventions to reduce intake and harm from alcohol; interventions to build resilience in children and young people; preventing the uptake of smoking by children and young people.

Deadline for proposals: 26 Apr 16

Health Services and Delivery Research Programme: 16/04, 16/05

Proposals are sought on the following topics: improving the outputs of national clinical audits to support organisations to improve the quality of care and clinical outcomes; workforce interventions for the assessment and management of older adult patients with cognitive impairments.

Deadline for proposals: 12 May 16

Health Technology Assessment Programme: 15/33

Proposals are sought on the topic of promising pharmacological therapy for the treatment of resistant bipolar depression.

Deadline for proposals: 19 May 16

Health Technology Assessment Programme: 16/11, 16/12

Proposals are sought on the following topics for evidence synthesis: treating mental health problems associated with a history of complex traumatic events; Aids to cancer diagnosis in primary care.

Deadline for proposals: 19 May 16

Health Technology Assessment Programme: 16/13, 16/14, 16/15, 16/16, 16/18, 16/19, 16/20, 16/21, 16/23

Proposals are sought on the following topics: acne in adult women; management of asthma in children of south Asian origin; secondary care treatment for severe nausea and vomiting in pregnancy; carboprost versus oxytocin as the first line treatment of primary postpartum haemorrhage; topiramate for post-traumatic stress disorder; intervention for tics in children and adolescents with Tourette syndrome; persistent anxiety disorder in adolescents after low intensity psychological therapy; unscheduled bleeding in women using long acting reversible contraception; high dose fluoride toothpaste to older patients.

Deadline for proposals: 19 May 16

For more information and support during your application, please contact Kelly Lavender-Smith.

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