CIHR: Evidence-Informed Healthcare Renewal (EIHR) funding opportunity – Healthcare Renewal Policy Analysis grants
Application Deadline: September 19, 2012
CIHR has launched an exciting new funding opportunity called Healthcare Renewal Policy Analysis. This is a joint program developed by CIHR IHSPR and the Knowledge Translation Branch as part of CIHR's Roadmap Signature Initiative in Evidence-Informed Healthcare Renewal (EIHR).
Healthcare Renewal Policy Analysis grants depend on meaningful partnerships between researchers and senior-level policy makers who work directly within the health sector in federal, provincial or territorial government departments, regional health authorities, or LHINs as well as those who work in other sectors (e.g., education, social services, industry) that develop policy with population-level health impacts.
These grants will support the generation of high-quality policy analyses that identify evidence-informed policy options for healthcare renewal in Canada in the EIHR priority areas of healthcare financing and funding, health system sustainability, and governance and accountability. Innovation in these areas will require contributions from a wide range of disciplines and would greatly benefit from contributions from economics, political science, sociology, philosophy, law, and other relevant fields.
This initiative is launched in partnership with:
- European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies
- CIHR – Institute of Aging
- CIHR – Institute of Health Services and Policy Research
- CIHR – Institute of Human Development, Child, and Youth Health
- CIHR – Institute of Infection and Immunity
- CIHR – Institute of Population and Public Health
CIHR is dedicated to working in collaboration with policy maker partners and researchers to enable opportunities for knowledge exchange and to improve health system performance.
- Up to $ 150,000 over one year is available through this funding opportunity.
|Anticipated Notice of Decision||2013-03-12|
|Funding Start Date||2013-03-01|
Please share this announcement with your colleagues and to learn more about this funding opportunity or the EIHR initiative please visit the Evidence Informed Healthcare Renewal page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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