Funding sources for research: A research primer for low- and middle-income countries

Title

Funding sources for research: A research primer for low- and middle-income countries

Creator

DeVos E; Simon EL; Aluisio A

Publisher

African Journal Of Emergency Medicine

Date

2020
1905-07

Description

Research is a fundamental component of the development of quality emergency care systems. Developing qualified professionals and programs to conduct emergency care research is essential to understanding epidemiology in low resource settings. This leads to evaluating research outcomes, developing clinical practice guidelines and program implementation. This paper aims to introduce the reader to opportunities for research funding at various stages of one's career. We will discuss concepts necessary to obtain funding for research, a crucial step towards initiating a research program. The chapter further describes competitive funding mechanisms including governmental agencies, foundations and private industry along with organisations that offer funding for global health and emergency care research. We describe categories of grants specific to a stage of an investigator's career, developing a team for a proposal and the grant application process.

Subject

Emergency medicine; Research; Mentorship; Low income countries

Rights

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Format

journalArticle

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Pages

S130-S134

Issue

2

Volume

10

ISSN

2211-419X

NEOMED College

NEOMED College of Medicine

NEOMED Department

Department of Emergency Medicine

Update Year & Number

January 2021 List

Affiliated Hospital

Cleveland Clinic Akron General Hospital

Citation

DeVos E; Simon EL; Aluisio A, “Funding sources for research: A research primer for low- and middle-income countries,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 16, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/11527.

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