Folk.us PenCLAHRC Application Guidance
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Guidance for the Folk.us-PenCLAHRC Research Awards
This guidance might look a bit scary, but it isn't really! Folk.us can help you with any part of the process. So just get in touch. Tel: 01392 403049 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be aware that we aren't always in the office so please don't leave any questions or things you need help with until the last minute.
Applicants can apply for £3500.00 or less. The project must be for a service user, patient and/or carer led research project. This means the idea needs to have come from service users, patients and/or carers directly and that service users, patients and/or carers have been fully involved with designing the project and will be fully involved in undertaking the project.
Service users, patients and/or carers can apply for a Folk.us-PenCLAHRC Award, as can service user researchers, carer researchers or patient researchers. By this we mean people that use services on a regular basis to maintain their everyday life. Researchers who are not described above can apply so long as they are working under the direction of service users, patients and/or carers.
We know that these distinctions are not perfect but we hope this helps.
- The Project must be based in Devon and/or Cornwall (including the Isles of Scilly).
- The project must have the potential to be of use to service users, patients and/or carers.
- The project must use a trustworthy approach to answer the research question(s).
- The Project must be achievable within the time and resources available.
We plan to fund between 3 and 6 projects this year.
23rd December 2011
5th-30th January 2012
Feedback & Review
10th February 2012
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