Below is a list of all our upcoming opportunities over the next few months.

You can also check out current funding and leadership opportunities, and sign up to receive emails when programmes are open for application.

Please note that dates may be subject to change.


  • Q recruitment - closing 11 September 2017.
    Q is a diverse and growing community of people with experience and understanding of improvement, committed to working collaboratively to improve the quality of health and care across the UK. It is led by the Health Foundation and supported and co-funded by NHS Improvement. Applications to Q are being phased across different parts of the UK and this phase will be open for applications from Northern Ireland, East Midlands, Oxford, and the Imperial College Partners and Health Innovation Network AHSN regions. 
  • The socio and economic value of health - closing on 29 September 2017.
    As part of our work to bring about better health for people in the UK, we will have a programme of funding available for research teams to look at the impact of health on societal and economic outcomes for individuals and communities.


  • Behavioural Insights Research Programme
    Our Behavioural Insights Research Programme funds projects that explore behavioural interventions that reduce inefficiency and waste in health and social care. The programme is also interested in how behavioural insights can support, scale up and spread.


  • GenerationQ
    GenerationQ is our part-time, fully funded leadership programme for senior leaders from health care practice, policy and the charity sector. It is designed to equip leaders with the skills and techniques to drive forward and influence improvements across services and organisations.
  • Innovating for Improvement
    The Innovating for Improvement programme provides funding to health care teams to test and develop their innovative ideas to improve health care delivery in the UK. Teams with great ideas – and the skills to implement and evaluate their project – can apply for funding of up to £75,000.