Funding available to improve analytical capability
The Health Foundation has launched the second round of its advancing applied analytics programme.
The charity is looking to support analysts who are working on local innovative and ambitious projects that can demonstrate how they will improve analytical capability in support of health and care services and provide lessons for the wider care system.
There is £750,000 of funding to support up to 12 good quality projects across the UK.
The projects must improve analytical capability and show how this will support better care in the future.
They need to be led by a local/regional NHS or social care provider or commissioning organisation, including local authorities, though partnerships with other groups and sectors are welcome.
Successful projects could benefit from funding of up to a maximum of £75,000 each. They have to start no later than October 2018 for a maximum duration of 15 months.
There isn’t a focus on specific themes but the Health Foundation is willing to consider applications from a broad range of areas, provided these can demonstrate improvements in analytical capability.
Applications are open and the deadline is noon on 1 May 2018.
Access more information and apply for this programme here.