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Nursing Research Programme

Call opens
17 December 2021
Call closes
1 March 2022 2:00pm (CET)
Announcement of results
July 2022
Recurring calls
Expected end of November 2022
Application guidelines

Purpose

The Nursing Research Programme aims to strengthen nursing research through long-term research funding and to provide nurses with research leadership experience an opportunity to apply for major research projects that are valuable in a broad research and clinical context.

About the grant

Amount

One grant of up to DKK 7.5 mio.

Location

Denmark

Career stage

Clinicians & Nurses, Research Leaders (Mid-career/Associate Prof.)

Research area focus

Nursing Research

Committee

Komite for Sygeplejeforskning

Contact

For grant inquiries
Susanne E. Hede
Scientific Manager, PhD
+45 3527 6629 suhq@novo.dk
Kristina Rohde Larsen
Grant Specialist
+45 2277 8553 kro@novo.dk

Please note that the Nursing Research Programme 2022 guidelines have been slightly updated as per 12 January 2022. The updates concern NORMA instructions.

Eligibility

Main applicant

The main applicant must be a registered nurse, have documented research experience, have qualifications equalling to senior researcher or associate professor level, and have experience in research leadership. Main applicants must be affiliated and present at a Danish university, hospital or other non-profit research institution at which the research project must be anchored.

Co-applicants

There may be up to four co-applicants from the nursing profession and from other professional fields who will scientifically contribute to the project and who will have a financial share in the grant.

Co-applicants must have formal research competence (PhD or the equivalent) and must have documented research activity. Co-applicants must also be affiliated with a Danish university, hospital or other non-profit research institution.

Please note, it is a requirement that the project period is 5 years.

Research field

The Nursing Research Programme targets nursing research on disease prevention and health promotion, treatment, rehabilitation and palliative care and research on management and organization within the health care system with the overall purpose of improving treatment results and human health.

Funding

One 5-year research project can be awarded with approximately DKK 1,5 million per year for a total budget of up to DKK 7,5 million.

Application process

Please note that the application process has been changed. It is no longer a two-phased application process. Main applicants must be prepared to participate in an interview with the Committee on Nursing Research. Applicants selected for an interview will be notified by the first half of May 2022, and their applications will be submitted to external peer review. Please read the guidelines carefully.

The application must be completed and submitted using the foundation’s application system. Before initiating the application process, it is important to carefully read the Informaton and guidelines for applicants”, accessed via ‘How to apply’ above. Additional essential information on the call and application process is found in these guidelines.

Please note that the Nursing Research Programme 2022 guidelines have been slightly updated as per 12 January 2022. The updates concern NORMA instructions.

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