Last autumn we released our second call for proposals of 2018, on the theme of “Cooperation and Interdependence”. We are delighted to announce that we have funded new knowledge exchange programmes from this round of applications. These programmes include experts from across the disciplinary spectrum; among them clinical practice, disability studies, education, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, politics, product design, psychology, public health, sociology, sport and exercise, and translation studies.
Each programme brings together academic researchers with a wide range of non-academic stakeholders, from marginalised groups to policy makers and practitioners. Also integral to each project are a wide variety of non-academic partners; including third-sector and public-sector organisations, policy makers, practitioners and individual stakeholders.
Further details on each programme will be available shortly on our website. In the meantime, you can click on each link below for a brief taster of what to expect!
Healthy Universities for Healthy Communities
Helping Young People Feel at Home in Scotland: Building Collaborative and Integrated Services for Youth Homeless through a Reflexive Mapping Approach for Health and Social Care Integration
How Do We Make Research Useful for Practice? Co-designing New Knowledge Products for Allied Health Professionals (AHPs)