Call for Proposals: Mitigating COVID’s Impact on Mental Health (Canada)
The Mental Health Research Canada (MHRC) and New Brunswick Health Research Foundation (NBHRF) are inviting proposals for the Mitigating COVID’s Impact on the Mental Health of Families in New Brunswick, and ways to mitigate it through the development of evidence-based programs and interventions.
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The grant is valued at up to $50,000, and term of the grant is 12 months.
To be eligible for this grant, there must be two applicants leading the project (co-principal investigators) who must be New Brunswick residents and who are supported by a team.
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The co-principal investigators must be:
A researcher/academic from a New Brunswick-based academic institution;
A leader or member of a New Brunswick-based care or service provider with direct experience in the proposed research and interest in its intended outcomes.
In addition to the principal investigator, your team must include a child, youth and/or family member who has lived experience with the topic of research focus.
For more information, visit https://www.mhrc.ca/apply-for-funding/