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New NIHR calls launched

 

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) have launched the following new funding opportunities:

Joint call between the MRC and NIHR
Multimorbidity in the UK population: understanding disease clustering

Health Technology Assessment Programme
18/95 Rivastigmine for psychotic symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease
18/96 Hormone therapy for premature ovarian insufficiency
18/97 Hysteroscopic removal of uterine cavity abnormalities to improve fertility
18/98 Oral nutritional interventions in malnourished frail elderly
18/99 Lifestyle modification interventions in adults with learning disabilities
18/100 Strategies for the management of chronic constipation in childhood
18/101 Interventions for the management of perceptual disorders following stroke
18/102 Left ventricular assist devices as destination therapy for advanced heart failure
18/103 Recurrent intra-articular corticosteroid injections in osteoarthritis
18/104 Prevention of incontinence-associated dermatitis
18/105 Non-invasive neurally adjusted ventilator assist for neonates requiring respiratory support
18/106 Treating specific phobias in children with moderate to severe learning disabilities
18/107 Intervention or expectant management for early onset fetal growth restriction in twin pregnancy
18/108 Anti-TB drug hepatotoxicity and treatment reintroduction
18/109 Management of partial-thickness rotator cuff tears
18/110 Management of undisplaced intracapsular hip fracture
18/111 Improving communication for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities
18/112 A psychological programme for adults with intellectual disability and harmful sexual behaviours
18/113 Trauma-focused cognitive behavioural therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder in schizophrenia
18/114 Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor to prevent depression following traumatic brain injury
18/115 Medication for ADHD in adults with a history of psychosis or bipolar disorder
18/116 Medication for ADHD in children and young people with a co-existing tic disorder
18/117 Adjustable hook-and-loop-fastened compression systems for the treatment of venous leg ulcers
18/118 Timing of stoma closure in neonates
18/119 Nutrient enriched diet for babies with a brain injury
18/120 Identification of older patients likely to require enhanced care on discharge from hospital
18/121 Improving engagement and health and care outcomes for people with co-existing mental health and substance misuse conditions
18/122 Pain management pathways for chronic pancreatitis

For more information and a list of all the NIHR current funding opportunities, please visit the NIHR website