Resources - Checklists and Guidelines
This initiative hosts and develops resources dedicated to the development of applications to the Open Operating Grant Program (OOGP) competitions. Resources found here include guidelines for preparing grant applications, check-lists for grant submissions, facts sheets and support material directly from panel members and successful CIHR applicants.
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- 7Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, CIHR Special Project
- 5McPhalen, Cathy - PhD, thINK Editing
- 5Simala-Grant, Joanne - Director, CIHR Special Project
- 3Coe, Helen - Project Coordinator, Grant Assist Program (Health Sciences)
- 3Simala-Grant, Joanne
- 1Colmers, William - Professor, Department of Pharmacology
This downloadable resource, A Primer on Document Design, may be useful in presenting complex information in a clear, organized and understandable manner. Basic principles covered are applicable to grant applications and other text-heavy documents. By using a section of a sample document, this...
Ladner-Keay, Carol - Acting Director of Clinical Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Pannu, Neesh - Assistant Dean of Clinical Research Platforms, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, Richer, Lawrence - Associate Dean Research of Clinical/Translational Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry
The purpose of this document is to guide you through developing your CIHR project grant application for Pillars 2 to 4, patient-oriented research. It will give you advice on what reviewers expect to see in your application based on past reviewer feedback. It also provides links to the available...
Outlined in this document are web-based resources to aid in the preparation of grant applications. Resources have been separated based on their relevance to: finding funding, peer review process, grantsmanship, common errors found in grant proposals and specific peer review information. Each...
The objective of this document is to assist researchers in preparing research proposals that are scientifically compelling and easy for reviewers to read. These guidelines may be particularly useful to applicants, and may aid internal reviewers and grant application editors. Included are...
This document describes what peer review is at the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR). As well, it outlines instructions on how to apply electronically to nominate oneself or another as well as selection criteria of peer review committee members.
This document summarizes key features of/changes in funded March and September 2012 CIHR Open Operating Grants Program (OOGP) resubmissions, as identified by the applicant. This analysis was derived from the feedback from 15 applications across all 4 themes (Biomedical; Clinical; Health Systems &...
This resource that lists funded University of Alberta CIHR Open Operating Grant Program (OOGP) applications and is ready for download. Although this information is publically available at http://webapps.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/cfdd/ , this resource compiles information specifically about and for...
University of Alberta applicants who were funded by the 2016 to 2020 CIHR Project Competitions are listed. This list will be updated as results are released. Please note that this data can be downloaded from the CIHR Funding Database: http://webapps.cihr-irsc.gc.ca/cfdd/db_search?p_language=E ....
This document provides a set of guidelines and suggestions for structuring the Research Proposal module of a CIHR Open Operating Grant Program application. Ideas and tips from experienced investigators and CIHR review panel members are incorporated, to assist in preparing a Research Proposal...