Inclusivity is essential in the final UKRI-funded Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network call
- Projects should assess preventative interventions, but this can include assessment of existing interventions and use of secondary data sets.
- Non-academic partners are strongly encouraged and should be involved throughout the duration of the project.
- Apply with a multidisciplinary team and be clear about what each partner will contribute and how you will work together.
- Impact activities should be included within the lifetime of the grant and impact is one of the main assessment criteria.
The Violence, Abuse and Mental Health Network is one of eight mental health research networks funded by UK Research and Innovation. The network’s third and final scheme for Small Grants of up to £25,000 is open now, with a deadline of 2 June.