Regional Commissioned Research Programme: Child Health

Deadline: 31/01/2001
December 8, 2000

The Regional Commissioned Research Committee invites applications from experienced research teams to undertake research within the field of child health in line with the topic areas detailed in the commissioning brief. Projects will be for a maximum of three years' duration. The Committee normally funds projects up to a maximum total value of £134,500 but may consider proposals for projects in excess of this amount but not exceeding £200,000. Applications are invited for small grants up to £20,000 as a single stage process and a two stage process for grants in excess of £20,000. Applications details are available online.
Contact: Joan Kirkbride
Address: R&D Directorate, NHS Executive Northern & Yorkshire, John Snow House, Durham University Science Park, Durham DH1 3YJ
Telephone: 0191 301 1446

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