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DCRC Implementing Research Evidence into Practice Grants 2020

Applications Close 22 July 2020

The Dementia Centre for Research Collaboration (DCRC) would like to annouce the release of the DCRC Implementing Research Evidence into Practice Grants 2020. 

Funded by the Australian government, the DCRC’s primary research foci within the broader topic of dementia research are prevention, assessment and diagnosis, intervention and treatment, living with dementia and care. One of the DCRC’s primary goals is to increase knowledge and implementation of research findings in these areas. The primary purpose of the DCRC Implementing Research Evidence into Practice Grants is to support the implementation of an existing knowledge product or program within these research foci into practice. 

Up to $250,000 will potentially be awarded in this grant round. Grants of up to $50,000 each will be available for projects with an implementation focus. Smaller knowledge translation (KT) seeding grants of $5,000 - $10,000 each will also be available for projects that don't have an implementation focus, but aim to further adapt/modify an existing resource/program. Please see the Information for Applicants document for more information. 

 

Key Dates 

Applications open: 10th June 2020 (9.00 am AEST)

Applications close: 22nd July 2020 (5.00 pm AEST)

Outcomes announced: Before the end of August 2020

Funding commences: September 2020 or by arrangement

 

Documentation and Application Form: 

Information for Applicants

Application Form 

Endorsement Form 

 

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