This funding opportunity is part of CIHRs broader Transitions in Care Initiative. This competition will support the rigorous evaluation of implemented activities such as interventions, tools, practices, policies, technologies, programs and/or other solutions that address transitions in care challenges. The focus of the Evaluation Grants is to support researchers and knowledge users to formally evaluate, validate and/or demonstrate the effectiveness, appropriateness and/or impact of implemented transitions in care activities to create high-quality, real-world evidence, relevant to transitions in care, overall health and/or health system improvement.
Within the scope of this funding opportunity, the Rossy Foundation has partnered with CIHR to fund two grants, each for $200,000 for a two-year evaluation project relevant to On-Campus Post-Secondary Mental Health Services. On-Campus Post-Secondary Mental Health Services are defined as any program, process, framework or educational tool used to provide and monitor on-campus mental health treatment and provide mental health support to the greater student population.
If you are interested in applying or learning more, [click here].
CIHR will be hosting a webinar to review with participants the requirements of this funding opportunity and to answer questions on Thursday, November 29 from 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM. To register for the webinar [click here].