12
Oct

HRB Applied Partnership Awards 2019

The Applied Partnership Awards are designed to bring knowledge users and academic researchers together to develop research projects that address a specific need within the Irish health or social care system. Research findings will have a direct impact on decision-making in the knowledge user organisation. This is a rolling call and as such there will be one round in 2019

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10
Oct

SFI-HRB-Wellcome Biomedical Research Partnership

The SFI-HRB-Wellcome Biomedical Research Partnership gives Irish researchers access to funding schemes run by Wellcome. These cover a broad range of academic-based and clinical-based funding opportunities for applicants at different stages of their research career. Information sessions about the SFI-HRB-Wellcome Research Partnership and Wellcome Trust funding schemes will be held in Dublin and Galway, on the 25 and 26 October

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2
Oct

Collaborative Doctoral Awards in Patient-focused Research (CDA) – 2019

The Health Research Board has launched the Collaborative Doctoral Awards in Patient-focused Research (CDA), 2019. The Collaborative Doctoral Awards in Patient-focused Research (CDA) aims to train to doctoral level multidisciplinary cohorts of both health and social care professionals and health-related researchers in different disciplines (e.g. health economics, bioinformatics, biostatistics, epidemiology, etc.) as relevant to the objectives of the call and

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21
Sep

Should Ireland set health research priorities ?

The Steering Group of the Irish Health Research Forum (IHRF) has published a Report from the May 2018 meeting :-                                  Should Ireland set health research priorities? The Forum examined the different approaches to health research priority setting, queried how we can address the ethical perspectives and whether it is time to set priorities for funding health research on a

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20
Sep

Pharmacovigilance Research Study

A research study is being conducted by the Senior Pharmacovigilance Officer at the HRB CRF Cork  to investigate the knowledge, attitudes and practices of healthcare professionals, researchers and others with experience of clinical trials in Ireland towards pharmacovigilance and adverse drug reaction (ADR) reporting.   All staff at CRF/Cs and others involved in clinical trials are invited to participate. This work

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