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MECC Audit Award

Making Every Contact Count (MECC) in terms of monitoring risk factors such as smoking, alcohol, exercise, BMI or blood pressure has been shown to be beneficial to patients. The award recognises improvements or innovations tackling any of these chronic disease risk factors. » read more

John Carroll Rural Doctor Research Bursary

The John Carroll Rural Doctor Research Bursary 2019 is now open. The grant is specifically offered for general practice research focused on a topic related to practicing as a rural GP or in a rural area carried out by a GP or GP Trainee. » read more

Clinical Trial Network General Practice Fellow 0.5 FTE – HRB Primary Care Clinical Trials Network Ireland

The HRB Primary Care CTNI is a collaborative partnership that brings together key people in Ireland to run clinical trials in primary care. » read more

Announcement for Marie Curie Fellowship

ELIZA, the department of primary and interdisciplinary care, at the University of Antwerp (Belgium) welcomes postdoctoral candidates interested in applying for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF). » read more

Amendment to Regulation 6 (April 30th deadline for explicit consent)

The Department of Health have updated the News section of the Health Research Consent Declaration Committee this morning. » read more

Dr Jim Slein Research Bursary in Substance Misuse or Health Inequalities/Inequity

Applications for 2019 are now closed. Information for 2020 can be found here. » read more

Maria Kidney Cancer Research Bursary

Applications for 2019 are now closed. Information for 2020 can be found here. » read more

Did you publish in 2019?

Applications for papers published in 2018 are now closed. Information for 2020 can be found here. » read more

ICGP Research and Education Grants 2019

Applications are invited from GPs and GP Trainees for the ICGP Research and Education Grants. » read more

Career Aspirations Survey for current GP Trainees (all years) and Recent Graduates (graduated 2013-2018)

The ICGP are once again running the career aspirations survey for current GP Trainees (all years) and Recent Graduates (graduated 2013-2018). You will have received an invitation to participate via email. » read more

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