• Evidence into Practice is designed to help research teams bridge the gap from academic research findings, to actionable information for people practising in the field.
  • Projects received up to £50,000 to fund the development of tools and resources to support the implementation of findings in practice.

Evidence into Practice is a new programme of grants from the Health Foundation that funds the development of tools and resources, based on completed research studies, to support the implementation of findings in practice.

Our aim with this programme is to support fresh ideas that have the potential to achieve impact and change to improve service delivery, including in non-acute settings.

The eight successful projects display creative and innovative ideas which will translate findings from completed studies into tools and resources for practical application.

Comments

Dr. Bashir



Can researchers /research groups from out side UK can apply for the research grant



Rebecca Clegg



Hi Dr Bashir

Yes, we will accept proposals from researchers based outside of the UK and for collaborations with non-UK based researchers/ developers for the materials. However, the project must clearly relate to issues that will help to improve the delivery of health and care services within the UK.

In addition, the dissemination of the developed tools/ resources must be to UK based health and care services.

Kind regards
Becky



Nanda Kar



I understand completely ,this is a home based project .



Jane Kachika



The Learning Disability Programme within NHS England is currently looking at incorporating reasonable adjustments into a mainstream diabetes pathway, maybe we could share ideas with the research team who will be working on project 4 REMAIN.



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