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The NIHR Three Schools Dementia Research Programme has new funding opportunities.

The NIHR ThreeSchools Dementia Research Programme funding opportunities


The NIHR Three Schools’ Dementia Research Programme calls for funding are now live. NIHR are inviting applications for: 

The NIHR Research Schools for Primary Care (SPCR), Public Health (SPHR) and Social Care (SSCR) (“three Schools”) have joined together in a unique collaboration between leading academic centres in England to collaborate on a programme of work funded through the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) on dementia.

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.

The Three Schools’ Programme of Work sets out further details and should be read prior to responding to this Call for Proposals.

Further details about these calls are set out in the links above. Any queries should be sent to in the first instance.