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Workstream Funding opportunity
Researcher-led *OPEN*
Commissioned *OPEN*
Themed Call *OPEN*

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Researcher-led workstream

Applicants can submit outline proposals to the researcher-led workstream at any time during the year, with three cut-off dates when applications will be considered by the Programme Advisory Board link

Commissioned workstream

The commissioned workstream operates in two modes;

  • Outline proposals are welcomed in response to specific research questions prioritised for their public health importance by the Programme Advisory Board. Find out more link

  • The themed call mode welcomes outline proposals into broad thematic areas prioritised for their public health importance.
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Themed Calls workstream

For current themed calls, please visit our themed calls page.

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The Public Health Research Programme is managed by the NIHR Evaluation, Trials and Studies Coordinating Centre (NETSCC). NETSCC is part of the University of Southampton.The Public Health Research Programme is funded by the NIHR, with contributions from the CSO in Scotland, NISCHR in Wales and HSC R&D Division, Public Health Agency in Northern Ireland.

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