CFN Research and KT Funding Opportunities
There are currently no competitions accepting new applications.
2019 Knowledge Translation Grant Competition
The Intent to Apply phase of this competition is now closed. The Intent to Apply have been adjudicated and 12 top-rated projects have been invited to submit full applications. Click here for details on this competition.
2018 Understanding the Health Impact of Inactivity Funding Opportunity
Canadian Frailty Network, in partnership with the CIHR Institutes of Aging (IA), Circulatory and Respiratory Health (ICRH), Musculoskeletal Health and Arthritis (IMHA), and the Canadian Space Agency is funding the 2018 Understanding the Health Impact of Inactivity Funding Opportunity. Registration for the competition was due by July 24, 2018, and the application deadline for those who registered was August 21, 2018.
SHRF 2018-19 Collaborative Innovation Development Grant Competition
Canadian Frailty Network partnered with the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation (SHRF) to co-fund a Collaborative Innovation Development (CID) grant focused on studying innovative ways to improve care for older adults living with frailty. Unfortunately there were no eligible applications submitted. CID Grants provide seed funding up to $50,000 for one year to support research ideas that are creative, novel and have the potential to benefit the health of Saskatchewan residents and beyond. Click here for more details on this CFN/SHRF funding opportunity.
Results of recent competitions
Catalyst Grant Competition 2018 focused on Frailty Priorities
Twelve projects were funded under this competition Offered in collaboration with the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF), this competition used the “top ten” Canadian frailty priorities from the Canadian Frailty Priority Setting Partnership to help bring the voices of Canadians living with frailty into the agenda. CFN’s Catalyst Grant Programs supports scalable research studies including pilot, feasibility and translational studies that investigate novel and innovative approaches/methodologies/technologies. Click here for details of the successful projects, and the competition.
Catalyst Grant Competition 2017 focused on Medication Optimization
Seven projects were funded under this competition which are intended to to be the first step in building capacity in the area of improving medication prescribing/deprescribing and overall medication management in older Canadians living with frailty. This competition was offered in collaboration with the New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Click here for details of the successful projects, and the competition.
For clarification or more information, please contact:
Research/KT competitions: Dr. Perry Kim, Assistant Scientific Director, or Dr. Amanda Lorbergs, Manager, Research and KT, at research@CFN-nce.ca.
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