The aim of these fellowships is to provide clinicians with 1-2 days of protected time to develop their research interests, primarily by developing and submitting proposals to lead trials and projects.
One of the main target outcomes was to secure grants to the value of the Fellowship. The table below details grant applications made during the Fellowship, and outcomes.
|Funding body||Grant title||Value||Outcome|
A randomised controlled trial to determine the clinical effectiveness of a tailored mindfulness -based
cognitive therapy intervention to reduce anxiety and depression in parents of children with noncommunicable
|NHS Grampian Endowment Fund||Development and evaluation of a self-help mindfulness-based internet programme for people with long-term conditions.||£80,000||Funded|
|Health Foundation||ACT Now: Improving self-care and emotional wellbeing in people with type 2 diabetes: Embedding in Practice||£30,000||Funded|
ACT Now: Improving self-care and emotional wellbeing in people with type 2 diabetes
|CSO||Feasibility of a multi-site RCT exploring the effectiveness of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy to improve emotional wellbeing and glycaemic control among adults with Type 1 diabetes||£216 258||Funded|
|NES HPiT||Improving uptake of bowel cancer screening in deprived communities; Reducing admissions and readmissions in COPD patients||£31 719||Funded|
- Andy Keen; firstname.lastname@example.org