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Supporting researchers at all stages of preparing grant applications.

Research Design Service (RDS) London provides support to those preparing research proposals for submission to peer-reviewed funding competitions for applied health or social care research.

RDS London is part of a network of regional support services funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). They form a key part of the research infrastructure and provide advice and guidance free of charge through consultation with experts and use of online resources.

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Restructuring of the Enabling Involvement Fund
Restructuring of the Enabling Involvement Fund
We have recently restructured the application process for the EIF in order to make it easier and more straightforward for prospective applicants.
RDS London Newsletter - Issue 14, Summer 2014
RDS London Newsletter - Issue 14, Summer 2014
A patient-led workshop to implement successful Patient and Public Involvement(PPI)
Plain English summaries in National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded research.
Plain English summaries in National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded research.
From 14 May 2014 a good quality plain English summary, submitted as part of the standard application form, will be a requirement of NIHR funding.

  • Formulating research questions
  • Build an appropriate research team
  • Involving patients and the public
  • Designing a study