The Research for Patient Benefit Programme supports research that is concerned with the day-to-day practice of health service staff. Research proposals should have a clear trajectory towards benefiting the health or wellbeing of patients and users of the NHS.
The programme is researcher-led and does not specify topics for research.
The funding available for individual projects is up to £350,000 for up to 36 months. Feasibility studies are expected to cost less than £250,000, and proposals that will generate results that might be useful for more downstream investigations are expected to cost less than £150,000.
For more information, please see our supplemental guidance notes on funding limits, finance, tier 3 funding and applying for feasibility studies.
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