Wales Office for R&D for Health and Social Care

Deadline: 18/01/2002
September 29, 2003

The Small Grant Scheme seeks to support rigorous small-scale evaluations of service development and pilot projects for future large-scale studies. Applications are invited from researchers within NHS Wales, Local Authorities and universities. Projects should demonstrate their applicability to Wales generally.

While applications will be accepted from any topic area, applicants are encouraged to take note of the priority areas identified by the National Assembly for Wales. Details here
Contact: Wales Office of Research & Development for Health and Social Care
Address: The National Assembly for Wales
Cathays Park
Cardiff CF10 3NQ
Telephone: (02920) 825252
Fax: (02920) 823997

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