The National Institute of Health Research invites applications for its knowledge mobilisation research fellowships. These fellowships support innovative and creative proposals that seek to improve the effective use of health research knowledge within NHS or other public healthcare settings and simultaneously study implementation processes and impacts.
Proposals must be grounded in knowledge mobilisation theory. Fellowships should be used to:
•develop and enhance the understanding of knowledge mobilisation in healthcare;
•develop new ways of sharing existing research findings;
•enhance existing knowledge mobilisation mechanisms;
•shape new research questions of particular and timely relevance to the NHS;
•enhance the capability of the fellow to facilitate networking between researchers and potential research users.
Individual researchers working in healthcare or academic organisations may apply.
Further details, including full eligibility criteria, can be found in the relevant guidance notes for applicants.
Full details of this programme can be found here.
If you are interested in submitting to this call you must contact your RKEO Funding Development Officer with adequate notice before the deadline.
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