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All publications, powerpoint and poster presentations from SPCR funded research or from individual awards, is to include the NIHR disclaimer and funding acknowledgement. The output should be sent to SPCR@keele.ac.uk to log with the NIHR.
Open access is required on all NIHR-funded publications and researchers must seek to publish their research outputs in a peer-reviewed journal that is compliant with the NIHR OA policy.
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Following Open Access Policy and process appropriate acknowledgment of NIHR must added to all outputs.
Acknowledgement of NIHR, unique award identifier and disclaimer (see below) must be added to the funding or acknowledgments section of the manuscript and included in the funding information requested by the publication on submission. All manuscripts must be submitted to, and approved by, the SPCR Programme Officer prior to submission for publication, or at the very latest, after acceptance by a journal.
Funding acknowledgement & disclaimer
This study/project is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research (project reference xxx).
The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care.
The NIHR website includes a page for press officers. This page brings together all the guidance for press officers writing press releases or planning media activity on research funded or supported by the NIHR. It outlines the expectations around notifying NIHR in advance of issuing a press release or planning media activity, how to acknowledge the NIHR in the body of a press release.
Press releases must be approved by the NIHR at least 14 days prior to the date of issue
Funded research must include the NIHR SPCR logo placed either in the top left or bottom left of your university branded presentation or poster.
Researchers may also use the NIHR templates: