This call welcomes applications for one to three years of project funding for practice-oriented research into mental illness. The call focuses on two areas: early interventions regarding mental illness and coordinated interventions for people with severe psychiatric problems.
The Swedish government has tasked Forte with allocating grants to stimulate practice-oriented research into mental illness. This task focuses on two areas:
- Preventive and early interventions regarding mental illness.
- Coordinated interventions for people with severe psychiatric problems.
There is a need for greater knowledge on practical methods of early and preventive intervention for people with mental illness and coordinated interventions for people with severe psychiatric problems. Forte is therefore making funding available for practice-oriented research, by which it means research that is a collaboration between academia and actors within, for example, primary care, psychiatry, social services, dependency care and civil society.
See the document “Information about the call” for more detailed descriptions of the call’s focus areas.
Grant type: Project grant
Within this call for proposals, we offer project grants for one to three years. A maximum of one application per project leader is allowed.
Grant amount: Up to SEK 5 million for a three-year project. Up to SEK 3 million for a two-year project. Up to SEK 1 million for a one-year project.
Eligibility: As a project leader you must have obtained a PhD no later than 12 September 2019
12 September 2019 at 14:00 CEST: Deadline for submitting an application
November 2019: Forte’s board decides on financing
1 December 2019: Project start
Apply electronically via Prisma. You will find the call for proposals under the tab Applications and grants.
Further details of the call and how to apply can be found in the files attached above.
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