NIHR funding opportunities for longer-term COVID-19 research

NIHR funding opportunities for longer-term COVID-19 research

The NIHR has launched a new call inviting applications to better understand and manage the health and social care consequences of the global COVID-19 pandemic beyond the acute phase, to help mitigate the impact of subsequent phases of the pandemic and its aftermath.

This new call has a specific focus on research to inform policy and the recovery of the health, care and public health systems from the pandemic, with outcomes typically within 24 months.

NIHR is welcoming applications which involve investigators spanning a range of specialties and scientific disciplines that are in the remit of one or more of the NIHR’s participating research programmes.

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