New CAHPR top tips series: Navigating Doctoral Studies
This accessible CAHPR top tips series is designed to support and inspire NMAHPs who are either currently undertaking doctoral studies or those who are simply curious to learn more.
CAHPR Review - invitation to tender
The Council of Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR) is seeking an experienced provider to carry out an organisational review. Deadline 20th August 2020.
CAHPR Activity Report 2019 published
The Council for Allied Health Professions Research (CAHPR) activity report provides a summary of activities undertaken by CAHPR in 2019.
CAHPR North East hub small grant scheme 2020 - Applications now open
CAHPR North East of England hub is running a competition to support AHP research and innovation in the region.
Deadline: 1st September 2020.
ON HOLD - CAHPR Public Health Research & Evaluation Awards 2020
COVID-19 Rehabilitation research: fundraising efforts by NI AHPs
NI AHPs have got together with a collective of local music artists who have recorded a message of hope to show their support in the fight against COVID-19 and help fundraising efforts for life-changing research for survivors of coronavirus COVID-19.
Call for questions for Stroke research - Have your say for stroke
CAHPR is a partner for the Stroke Association/James Lind Alliance Stroke Priority Setting Partnership (PSP). Since the beginning of March, PSP has gathered the voices of people across the UK to find out what research can make the biggest difference to the lives of those affected by stroke.
Researchers design COVID-19 symptom tracker
An app to self-report symptoms has been designed by researchers in London to help identify those at high risk, who is most at risk and local spread of the virus.
Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 on hold
The Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 has been put on hold in recognition of staff being needed in critical areas.
COVID-19 Impact on Research - new resource
We are beginning to see the impact of COVID-19 on the research community. Research studies are being delayed or are needing to adjust protocols etc. Many funders and sponsors are sympathetic to the situation and guidance has been issued from major research governance/funding bodies on this.