News, 2018-03-20

Joint call of proposal within Health Care Science

Forte and the Swedish Research Council announce programme grants for health care research, amounting to SEK 180 million over. In this joint call for proposals, the grants will amount to SEK 3-5 million per year for up to six years.

The purpose of the initiative is to strengthen the long-term development of the field and to support and expand research environments. The initiative should enable research groups to tackle new research questions and work with them during longer periods of time. Grants are awarded for three years, with the possibility of a three-year extension (2018-2023).

Further details and how to apply can be found at Fortes websiteexternal link, opens in new window

Focus areas

The primary aim of this call for proposals is to generate knowledge which directly can contribute to the improvement of the care for patients and users.

Areas of particular interest are:

  • Development of innovative treatment methods and/or processes related to healthcare (prevention, care, rehabilitation)
  • E-health (new technology to enable and promote self-management of health-related conditions)
  • Co-creation of knowledge between researchers, users/relatives and professionals in health and social care.

Application

Only one application per main applicant is allowed.

Since applications are reviewed by international experts, your application should be written and submitted in English. If the application is submitted in Swedish, the quality of the assessment may be compromised.

The call in brief

Type of grant

Programme grants

Grant period

3+3 years (2018-2023)

Programme start

December 2018

Who can apply

Established research groups. The main applicant must have a doctoral degree and be linked to an approved administrative organisation.

Budget framework

A total of SEK 180 million over six years

Grant amount

Between SEK 3-5 million per year and programme

Call closes

23 May 2018 at 14:00 CET

Grant decisions

1 October 2018

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Updated: 2018-03-20