RDCS Event: Building Blocks of a Competitive Grant Application

17 Jun

Birchwood House, University Hall, Penylan, Cardiff, CF23 5YB

This is event is for NHS and social care staff in Wales who have a research idea that they would like to develop into a funding application.

The day will focus on key aspects of successful grant applications to fund research in the NHS and social care. We will discuss how to put together a high-quality grant application, and use examples of grants and feedback from funding panels to illustrate how to maximize your chances of success.

You will gain insight into some key components of an applications, the day will be a mix of presentations and hands-on activities and will cover research plans, lay summaries, health economics and input from Cardiff and the Vale Research and Development. RDCS consultants with expertise and experience in grant writing, study design and management, quantitative and qualitative reearch methods, statistics and health economics will be accessible to provide tips and feedback on your individual project.

To see what was covered at last year's event, please read the blog at http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/centre-for-trials-research/making-research-funding-applications-for-the-nhs-and-social-care/

How much does it cost?

This is a free event, including lunch and refreshments.

To find out more about the Research Design and Conduct Service (RDCS) South East Wales, please visit https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/centre-for-trials-research/research/research-design-and-conduct-service

How do I book?

Places are strictly limited to ensure adequate access to consultants. To book now, please visit https://cardiff.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/rdcs-event-building-blocks-of-a-competitive-grant-application