Programme Grants for Applied Research
Programme Grants aim to produce independent research findings that will have practical application for the benefit of patients and the NHS in the relatively near future. Programme Development Grants are a complementary scheme to allow investigators to undertake preparatory research that will position them to submit a competitive Programme Grant application.
Multimorbidities in Older People Themed Call
The PGfAR Programme is participating in the NIHR Multimorbidities in Older People themed call. Multimorbidities is defined as the co-occurrence of two or more chronic conditions in one person.
Prestigious Opportunities Within NIHR
Call for Members of Programme Grants for Applied Research Sub-Panels
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is seeking to appoint new members to serve on Programme Grants for Applied Research sub-panels that consider researcher-led proposals to the programme.
We would welcome applications from methodologists with a strong track record in applied health research who wish to contribute to the assessment of research proposals from a service user perspective.
For further details, including a full description of membership opportunities and the application process, visit the Selection Panel Opportunities page.
Programme Director Professor Paul Little announced significant changes to the programme in his inaugural message in 2013. Read message or view podcast below.
The review of the first six competitions and 100 awards features case studies from eight researchers across a broad range of health research including dementia, children's medicines, diabetes and trauma. Download a PDF copy of the review by clicking on the link below.