The Policy Research Programme (PRP) is a national research-funding programme within the Department of Health’s Research and Development Directorate. It commissions high quality research based evidence across the full policy remit of the Department.
The PRP works alongside other research programmes in the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) which commissions research for practice at the front line in the NHS, public health and social care.
The Department of Health’s Policy Research Programme (PRP) invites applications in the following areas: • Call 1: Research Initiative to Support the Implementation of the National Suicide Prevention Strategy The deadline for receipt of research proposals for the Suicide Prevention … – Policy Research Programme: Call for Applications
The Department of Health Policy Research Programme will issue a call in November 2012 for research on physical activity relevant to future policy in England. This invitation to tender in 2012, the Olympic and Paralympic year, reflects a focus upon … – Pre-announcement of Research Call on Physical Activity
The Department of Health’s Policy Research Programme (PRP) invites applications in the following 3 areas: Chronic Hepatitis B: Improving access and engagement to diagnosis and treatment pathways. Understanding why people at risk aren’t being tested for chronic hepatitis B and … – Policy Research Programme: Call for Applications