Funding links and resources
|NIHR School for Public Health Research
||Established in April 2012, the NIHR School for Public Health Research (SPHR) is a partnership between eight leading centres of academic public health research excellence across England. The School aims to build the evidence base for effective public health practice by bringing together England’s leading public health research expertise in one virtual organisation.
||24 March, 2022|
|NIHR Public Health and Prevention research
||The NIHR is the nation's largest funder of health and care research and provides the people, facilities and technology that enable research to thrive. We work in partnership with the NHS, universities, local government, other research funders (including industry and charities), patients and the public to improve the health and wealth of the nation. Find out about the NIHR and Public Health Research on the website.
||24 March, 2022|
|NIHR first year of diversity data for funding programmes
||Covering the year 2020-21, these baseline data show a break down of the number of applicants and successful awardees for NIHR research and career development funding, and the profile of people on NIHR selection committees, according to the four protected characteristics of age, disability, ethnicity and sex.
||10 December, 2021|
|Public Involvement in Social Care Research
||Commissioned by the NIHR, this report from the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) identifies good practice in user, carer and public involvement in social care research, explores differences between involvement in healthcare and in social care research, and highlights opportunities for further work.
||20 July, 2021|
|COVID-19 resources and relevant methodological approaches
||Research Design Service North West has worked with RDS colleagues across the country to collate appropriate/relevant methodological approaches for research studies being designed or delivered during the COVID-19, or any pandemic. Find all the resources listed on this web page,
||6 May, 2020|
|RDS SC: Top tips for carrying out PPI activities during COVID-19
||Research Design Service South Central have provided some tips for carrying out Public Involvement activities during COVID-19
||16 April, 2020|
|Your Research Design Service Journey
||Your Research Design Service (RDS) journey - You have a research idea What next? Find out how the RDS can support researchers at all stages of preparing funding applications.
||30 March, 2020|
|NIHR Health Services Research Toolkit
||The toolkit is for researchers who are interested in or already delivering research with a focus on improving the quality, accessibility and organisation of health services, and as such is applicable to a number of different clinical specialities. The Health Services Research Toolkit is a national resource which brings together ideas, guidance and support in one place.
||3 July, 2019|
|NIHR: Public Co-Applicants in Research – guidance on roles and responsibilities
||This guidance is intended to help: Researchers wanting to include a public co-applicant in a study, Public contributors wanting to become a co-applicant, Research staff who coordinate public involvement activities or advise on funding applications and those working in or with research organisations to review or process research applications. This guidance was developed jointly by the NHS R&D Forum, the Health Research Authority and NIHR.
||25 June, 2021|
|Who are the NIHR? #WeAreNIHR
||A short video explaining who the NIHR is and what it does. The video, describes the NIHR ‘in a nutshell’ and features people from across the NIHR who are working towards improving the health and wealth of the nation through research.
||20 July, 2017|