ESCP Research Grant 2016
ESCP is committed to the development of clinical pharmacy across Europe based on the findings from high quality research. To support the production of high quality clinical pharmacy research in Europe, ESCP is awarding a research grant in 2016 of ten thousand EURO (10,000 €) to fund a clinical pharmacy research project which will make a positive contribution to evidence-based practice.
This offers a great opportunity for new and existing researchers to undertake a project to explore and develop new approaches to providing pharmaceutical care, and present their findings at a future ESCP symposium.
ESCP is now open to applications for the research grant which must be received no later than 30th July 2016. For all applications, the Project Leader must be an ESCP member, applicants should belong to an organisation based in Europe, and the project should involve a partnership between at least two European countries. Further details on the application process and guidelines for submission can be found here. Completed applications should be sent by email only to the ESCP International Office (email@example.com).
Please read the guidelines on making a submission for the ESCP Research Grant carefully to ensure your project complies with the necessary criteria.
Your application should include the following (pdf files recommended):
- Application form (see Appendix 1 of the guidelines)
- CV of project leader
- Project plan (timeline)
- Project funding-budget
Note: incomplete applications and forms where the word limit has been exceeded will NOT be considered by the commission.
The project leader of the application will be notified on the decision of the commission one month before the Annual Symposium. If your application is successful, the project leader will be required to register for and attend the ESCP Annual Symposium in Oslo. Attendance at the Symposium is mandatory in order to receive the ESCP Research Grant.
ESCP hopes to offer a research grant award every two years with the next one scheduled for 2016.