Research Grants

Assessment criteria for EOIs

Assessment criteria Weighting
1. Relevance to diabetes education and care 25%
EOIs must address at least one of the following research 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

EOIs must address all of the following:

  • How the proposal will result in improved diabetes education and care in Australia
  • How it will support ADEA Members and other health professionals in contributing to excellence in diabetes support to all Australians
  • Align with the principles of the Australian National Diabetes Strategy 2016-2020

 

2. Collaboration 20%
  • Research advisory group: the project could be supported by a research advisory group including (an) ADEA member(s), individual people with diabetes and, as appropriate, interdisciplinary clinicians, healthcare policy makers, service managers, industry and/or multiple site collaboration
  • Communication and dissemination plan: outline how the results of the research project could be communicated with ADEA to other researchers, clinicians, students, consumers and healthcare decision makers
  • Implementation plan: outline how the results of the research project could be implemented into practice and by whom
3. Merit 55%
  • Feasibility
  • Rationale
  • Methodology
  • Timeframes
  • Innovation
  • Team capacity and track record relevant to opportunity