MPN is pleased to announce the awardees for the first cycle of the MPN Primary Healthcare Research Partnership Award. This award has two categories: Research and Team Development (maximum funding of $3,000 per application) and Practice Innovation (maximum funding of $7,000 per application).
Research and Team Development Awardees
Jen Sebring and Dr. Christine Kelly
Exploring Repeated Clinical Encounters: A Participatory, Arts-Informed Project for Women and Gender Minorities Living with Chronic Conditions.
Practice Innovation Awardees
Jesse Lamoureux and Dr. Em Pijl
Exploring Patients’ Needs and Preferences for Opioid Agonist Therapy Support in Rural, Remote and Indigenous Communities: A Mixed Methods Study.
How to apply
The Manitoba Primary & Integrated Healthcare Innovation Network Primary Healthcare Research Partnership Award is to promote new research collaborations in the development of patient-oriented research projects focused on primary and integrated healthcare.
Who can apply for this award?
•Researchers in the early stages of their research career
•Partnerships with community groups or members of the public are required
Note: that at least one team member must have a university appointment in Manitoba.
The MPN Primary Healthcare Research Partnership Award has two award categories:
- Research and Team Development (maximum funding of $3,000 per application);
- Practice Innovation (maximum funding of $7,000 per application).
This is an open competition, where applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until all funding has been awarded. Application review will be done in batches.
Application form and additional information
Read more about the Manitoba Primary & Integrated Healthcare Innovation Network Primary Healthcare Research Partnership Award here.
This webinar reviewed the award categories, who can apply, how to apply and the review process for this award.
Patient/Public Research Partnership Network
The Patient/Public Research Partnership Network connects researchers and people with lived experience to collaborate.
Network members receive emails about upcoming studies with partnership opportunities. Members are then able to volunteer for the opportunities that best fit their experiences. Time commitment will vary by study.
How can I get involved?
To join the Patient/Public Research Partnership Network please fill out the form below or contact Jennifer Pepneck to express your interest. Jennifer.Pepneck@umanitoba.ca
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