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Team Grant: Transitions in Care - Phase 2
The goal of the Transitions in Care (TiC) CIHR multi-Institute initiative is to improve the health and well-being of all peoples in Canada by supporting research that transforms the health system to optimize the outcomes of patients experiencing transitions in care. Since the launch of the initiative in 2018, 53 projects have been funded across Canada using a number of different funding mechanisms.
The focus of this funding opportunity is to support inter-disciplinary teams that are poised and ready to optimize health outcomes during transitions in care. The grants will provide support to co-develop, implement, evaluate, and equitably spread and/or scale (share) pragmatic solutions to challenges associated with transitions in care from a clinical, health care or health system perspective.
- The total amount available for this funding opportunity is $11,520,000, enough to fund approximately twelve (12) grants. The maximum amount per grant is $240,000 per year for up to four (4) years, for a total of $960,000 per grant.
- Of this $11,520,000:
- $6,720,000 is available to fund up to seven (7) grants focused on the intersection of two or more TiC focus areas
- $960,000 is available to fund one (1) grant specifically focused on Indigenous Health Research
- $960,000 is available to fund one (1) grant specifically focused on care transitions for older adults facilitated by digital health technologies;
- $960,000 is available to fund one (1) grant specifically focused on Mental Health Care for Post-Secondary Students;
- $960,000 is available to fund one (1) grant specifically focused on Primary Care and Community Mental Health Care for Youth;
- $960,000 is available to fund one (1) specifically focused on Mental Health Care for Black Youth.
Eligibility to Apply
The Nominated Principal Applicant (NPA) must be:
An independent researcher or a knowledge user affiliated with Canadian postsecondary institution and/or its affiliated institutions (including hospitals, research institutes and other non-profit organizations with a mandate for health research and/or knowledge translation);
An individual affiliated with an Indigenous non-governmental organization in Canada with a research and/or knowledge translation mandate (see Administration of Funds, below);
An Indigenous non-governmental organization in Canada with a research and/or knowledge translation mandate (see Administration of Funds, below);
For further eligibility requirements please visit the WEBSITE
Deadline: Jan 25, 2022
SFU Signature Sheet, CIHR Routin Slip and the Full Application are due to ORS three business days before the application deadline. Please note that the CIHR Routing Slip must be signed by ORS and uploaded through the portal as part of the application.
SFU acknowledges the principles of Ownership, Control, Access and Possession (OCAP®) see: https://fnigc.ca/ocap-training/) with regard to how First Nations data is collected, protected or shared.