TranslatED Research grants

The purpose of the funding is to provide medium term (up to two years) support for projects that aim to translate new or modified interventions or models of care designed to improve health outcomes or promote system sustainability into policy and practice. The intervention or model of care must be evidence-based and proven to be effective through a prior research project, with projects previously funded by EMF being prioritised.

Funding is available up to $100,000 per grant, excluding funding requests for health economics.


How to apply – Round 41

Step 1: read the guidelines

funding GUIDELINES R41(PDF)  

Download and read the guidelines to ensure you meet the full eligibility criteria and for detailed information on completing your application.

Step 2: prepare the application  


You can use this template to build your grant application prior to submitting via our grant management platform, SmartyGrants.

Please note SmartyGrants is not Word compatible therefore the online grant application will need to be populated by copying the content into the online form.

Step 3: lodge the application
Closing date: 8 April


EMF uses SmartyGrants to process your application. The link above will take you to SmartyGrants where you can start, complete and submit your grant application.


This SmartyGrants Help Guide explains the steps you need to take to complete and submit your grant application

Need help?  

Should you have any questions please contact the EMF Research Team on (07) 3720 5700 or email

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