Alzheimer Society Implementation Research Grants
Moving research into the real world; £400,000 research grants available to help close the gap between dementia research and practice.
Alzheimer’s Society uses the Implementation grant scheme to move tested, evidence based interventions into the real world setting, to translate research into practice. By doing this the Society aims to maximise the benefits of research outputs for people affected by dementia more rapidly. Evidence-based interventions supported through the implementation grant scheme will have potential to be delivered within the real world in a sustainable way.
Applicants can apply for grants of up to £400,000 over 36 months that will either:
a) enable the scale-up of evidence based interventions that have been shown to improve care and are ready to be implemented at a larger scale, or;
b) lay the foundations for the scale-up of evidence based interventions; testing the feasibility of bringing dementia research knowledge into the real world.
Implementation research grant Information webinar (provides information about the application process and requirements): Friday 26th August 2016 at 13:00, or Tuesday 6 September 2016 at 12:00.
Application deadline: midday (12pm) Friday 14th October.
For more details visit the Alzheimer's Society website.
For any further questions, or to sign up for a webinar please email.
Alzheimer's Society have a number of other open grant calls including:
Clinician and healthcare professional fellowships, up to £225,000 apply by 23 September
Junior fellowships, up to £225,000 apply by 23 September
Senior fellowships, up to £400,000 apply by 23 September
PhD studentships, up to £85,000, apply by 23 September
Dissemination grants, £2500, apply by 30 September
Further information available here