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The Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Funding Programme. Jon Scales - Research Advisor NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England HSS - University of Essex. NIHR programme of funding for applied health service research. National budget £25 million a year

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The Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Funding Programme

Jon Scales - Research Advisor

NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England

HSS - University of Essex


NIHR programme of funding for applied health service research.

National budget £25 million a year

Delivered through regional committees

Regional funding proportional to regional population

The RfPB funding programme


“This programme is intended to support research which is related to the day-to-day practice of health service staff and is capable of showing a demonstrable impact on the health or health care of users of the service.”

Aims and scope of RFPB funding


Projects that research:

The effectiveness of interventions

Ways that NHS services are provided and used

Alterative means of providing healthcare

Innovations and developments in healthcare

In scope of RfPB programme


Laboratory-based research or basic science research

Setting up or maintaining research units

Service development

the programme will fund research aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of a service or intervention but it will not fund the costs of providing the service or the intervention itself

What will not be funded


Individual research projects can:

Be funded up to £250,000

Last up to 36 months

Funding to cover:

salary / staff costs

equipment (IT etc)

administration

£££££ - How much is available?


RfPB projects must:

Have the budget held and managed by an NHS organisation

Have an academic partner

An opportunity for NHS-Academic collaboration


Robust design

Impact on patient care

‘Close to market’

Show Patient / Public Involvement (PPI)

Key factors for a successful RfPB bid


The application process

  • Registration of Intention (ROI)

  • (Lasts up to one year) (electronic)

  • Submission of full application

  • (electronic)

  • Declaration and signatures (paper

  • based)

  • 4. Submission outcome


Application deadlines


Contact:

NIHR Research Design Service for the East of England

Tel. 01206 874856

(administrators: Lynn Loaring or Nikki Pockett)

E-mail: eoferds@essex.ac.uk

For help developing an RfPB funding bid


National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) website at:

www.nihr.ac.uk/programmes.aspx

For more information on RfPB funding


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