Budgeting for Research

INVOLVE and the Mental Health Research Network teamed up to produce a new resource to help with budgeting for the costs of public involvement in research. It can be used for everything from putting together an involvement budget for an entire study to working out how much it will cost to run a one-off consultation event.

The first part of the resource is a guide which:
  • Provides practical advice on what costs are associated with involvement in research
  • Includes a step-by-step process for identifying the associated costs and planning the budget
  • Presents examples of research projects with well-developed budgets for involvement work
  • Contains tips, links to useful websites, and references
The second part is an online 'involvement cost calculator' to work out the costs for your research study.

If you have any questions or queries about Budgeting for involvement please email: Thomas Kabir or Tel: 0207 848 0609. 

Early Career Researchers Development Workshop

Over the last three years approximately 90 people have completed the NIHR funded Master's in Clinical Research in the North West.

This represents a significant personal investment for the individuals involved and for NIHR and employers.

NHS Research & Development North West are keen to bring together as many people as possible from this group to explore how we can support further their research career development.

Please take a look at the final programme for October's workshop for people funded by NIHR to undertake a Master's in Clinical Research at either Liverpool or Manchester.

If you are intending to attend but haven't yet registered, it's not too late. For further information about this event please contact email Marie Hollis or Tel: 0161 242 1336.