Research Grants 2018

Important dates

Expression of Interest submission open : 13 March
Expression of Interest submission close : 30 April
Outcome of EOI advised and shortlisted applicants notified : June
Full Applications due from shortlisted applicants : 1 August
Outcomes of Full Applications advised : 14 November

About the ADRF Research Grant

The ADRF Research Grant program is designed for researchers, academics and student researchers from Australian universities and research institutes who are working with CDEs and people with diabetes on research projects that aim to improve diabetes care, management and education.

Grants of up to $60,000 are being offered for a maximum 12 month period.

Research priorities

In 2018, priority will be given to the best quality applications that reflect the following priorities:

  • Technology use in diabetes education and management
  • Medication management and/or quality use of medicine
  • Impact of models of care on diabetes outcomes
  • Non-medical prescribing

Research 101

Interested in applying for this research grant program but not sure where to start?

Follow the ADEA’s Research 101 webinar series to improve your knowledge around research. By providing easy to understand and practical weekly sessions, this series will assist anyone who is interested in research but not knowing where (or how) to start.

To register, please create a free account with the ADEA Learning Management System if you haven’t had one, then register to watch recordings of this webinar series here.

All inquiries please contact research@adea.com.au

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