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Research to identify the potential benefits of preventing, identifying and managing diabetes distress in routine diabetes care pathways

Programme Grants for Applied Research (PGfAR) is partnering with Diabetes UK. In Competition 40, launching in October 2022, co-funding is available for programmes of applied research which aim to better prevent and/or support people with diabetes distress. These may be new interventions, implementation of proven interventions, or other approaches that complement existing programmes in order to optimise engagement or effectiveness.

  • Published: 26 September 2022

NIHR Selection Committee Chair - Role Description

The advertised roles are for Chairs of NIHR Personal Research Training Award Committees. Chairs of the Personal Research Training award Committees support the delivery of the respective scheme(s) competitions and Chair meetings of the scheme Committees. They provide oversight of the assessment process and the funding recommendations made by the Committee and have a responsibility to ensure that decisions made by the Committee meet the highest standards of probity to ensure the fair use of public money and are based on objective and justifiable criteria, meeting standards set out in the NIHR’s Code of Practice. Chairs are also called on to advise the NIHR of actions that might be taken in response to matters that arise over the course of individual relevant awards and work with the Academy to develop schemes to ensure they remain relevant and achieve their aims and objectives.

  • Published: 26 September 2022

NIHR Local Authority Short Placement Award for Research Collaboration Applicant Guidance Notes - Round 2 2022

Guidance notes for the second round of the NIHR Local Authority Short Placement Award for Research Collaboration (LA SPARC) Scheme, which supports short placements for individuals to move between practice and NIHR in order to enhance their careers by developing their skills, knowledge and expertise to work at the interface between local authorities and academia.

  • Published: 20 September 2022