Step 2 - My Study is Registered
Once a project is registered with the Clinical Research Office, please contact your assigned R&D Coordinator to arrange a set-up meeting. The set-up meeting gives your Coordinator the opportunity to understand your study in more detail and will allow you to have a better understanding of the requirements to obtain NHS Permission.
The CRO collaborates with a range of partners and colleagues to provide researchers with advice and support for developing grant applications, such as:
Many colleagues from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and the University of Sheffield sit on the panels, boards and committees of local and national grant funding bodies for clinical, applied and experimental medicine research. As a result, there is a wealth of expertise in Sheffield in the processes and priorities of funding organisations, including the Medical Research Council and NIHR funding streams.
Costing Your Grant Application
If you are planning to submit a grant application that involves Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, please contact your R&D Coordinator six to eight weeks before the application deadline.
This early contact is essential to ensure that we can collect the NHS costs you need and your application can be signed off by the appropriate representative from STH.
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Here are some training courses you may find helpful if you are developing a grant application:
NIHR Funding Programmes - How to be Successful
The NIHR Research Design Service for Yorkshire and the Humber (NIHR RDS YH) runs an event about the different NIHR funding streams and how to improve the chances of your applications being successful. For information about the next event please see the NIHR RDS YH website.
University of Sheffield - How to Write a Successful Grant Application
The University of Sheffield Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health’s Think Head programme’s most popular workshop gives an opportunity to experience the difficulties faced by research grant committee panels and to find out how to can present your grant application to influence the chances of success and avoid the pitfalls. The course involves in-depth discussion of some real life examples and involve a mock panel discussion session. For more information about how to register for the course and details of the next date please contact Lucy Lee, Research Development Advisor in the University of Sheffield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit www.rds-yh.nihr.ac.uk to see the latest open calls for funding opportunities from the National Insitute for Health Research (NIHR).
External Researchers - Research Passports
For information on the NIHR Research Passport system, including:
Your contact in the CRO is Zoe Whiteley email@example.com