21/503 Peer-led harm reduction for problem substance use among people who are homeless
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Study Within A Trial
- This funding opportunity is eligible for researchers to embed a study within a trial. These studies should evaluate alternative ways of undertaking a trial process.
The Health Technology Assessment Programme is preparing to accept stage 1 applications to its commissioned workstream for this primary research topic. The call will open 29 April 2021, however, potential applicants are invited to start working on applications based on the commissioning brief linked below. The Word version of the application form may be helpful – please see link on the right of the page. Applicants are advised to check this advert regularly for an update on the call opening date. The link to the application form will be available once the call opens.
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Applications received by the advertised closing date will be considered at a first-stage funding committee meeting, and successful applicants will then be invited to submit a stage 2 application. Applicants will have eight weeks to complete and submit their stage 2 application form, which will then be considered at the following HTA funding committee meeting. For more information, please read the commissioning brief.