EMF is committed to building sustainable, long-term research capacity among emergency healthcare clinicians. Since 2008, we have invested almost $4 million into building research capacity in Queensland public hospital emergency departments. Our initiatives have led to thriving research cultures in some of the State’s busiest emergency departments as well as initiating research projects in regional and rural hospitals.
Institutions applying for a Research Capacity Building grant are expected to use this funding to:
EMF thanks the Queensland Government for funding the Queensland Research Program through Queensland Health.
In Round 41, EMF is offering up to three (3) Research Capacity Building grants for up to $100,000 per grant for a maximum term of three (3) years.
|Step 1: read the guidelines
|funding guidelines Research Capacity building grants (Pdf)
Download and read the Funding guidelines for Research Capacity Building grants to ensure you meet the eligibility criteria and for detailed information on completing your application.
|Step 2: prepare the EOI
|EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TEMPLATE (WORD)
This stage is to screen proposals through a short EOI – only those who successfully traverse the EOI process will be asked to submit a full application. You can use this template to build your grant application prior to submitting via our grant management platform, SmartyGrants.
|Step 3: lodge the EOI
Closing date: 8 April
|APPLY ON SMARTYGRANTS
EMF uses SmartyGrants to process your application. The link above will take you to SmartyGrants where you can start, complete and submit your EOI.
The SmartyGrants Help Guide explains the steps you need to take to complete and submit your grant application.
|Step 4: Prepare and submit full application
Closing date: 10 June
|Shortlisted applicants will be contacted and invited to submit a full application which must be consistent with the submitted EOI in scope and budget request. The full application form will be provided in due course.
|Should you have any questions please contact the EMF Research Team on (07) 3720 5700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.