The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research is a partnership between nine leading academic centres for primary care research in England. Our main aims are to increase the evidence base for primary care practice through high quality research and strategic leadership, and to build capacity in primary care with a well established training programme.
SPCR IV launches 2021
Established in 2006
Mental Health Research -Funding Announcement
The NIHR Schools for Primary Care Research, Public Health Research and Social Care Research (“three Schools”) have joined together in a unique collaboration between leading academic centres in England to collaborate on a programme of work on Mental Health, led by the SPCR and funded through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR):
Improving mental health and wellbeing in underserved populations through collaborative research
In addition to a bespoke fellowship scheme, which was announced in September 2021, we are pleased to invite applications for our Masters Scholarships Programme and our Individual Research Career Development Awards.
We are also inviting applications for research projects that will prioritise those groups with high needs for treatment and support, and that have been underserved by research to date, to address some of the most fundamental gaps in the evidence base.
Application deadline for all calls: 16th December 2021
Dementia Career Development Awards
The NIHR Schools for Primary Care Research (SPCR), Public Health Research (SPHR) and Social Care Research (SSCR) (“three Schools”) have joined together in a unique collaboration between leading academic centres in England on a programme of research and related work on dementia funded through the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
The Three Schools’ Dementia Research Programme aims to develop the evidence base for dementia-related practice in England by commissioning and conducting high-quality research. The Programme builds on research within each School and will carry out research to address key gaps in the evidence base working collaboratively across primary care, public health and social care. As part of this commitment, we are inviting applications for Individual Dementia Career Development Awards.
We are seeking high-quality applications for research career development awards from individuals who have a commitment to developing the evidence base to improve dementia-related practice in England. Applicants can request funding of up to £60,000.
Expressions of interest are requested by 16.30 on Friday 14 January 2022.
The deadline for submission is 16.30 on Monday 31 January 2022.
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The School for Primary Care Research is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).