Community Engagement and Conference Grant | Alberta Innovates Health Solutions (AIHS)

Value: Maximum $10,000

Description:

The promotion and awareness of science, research and innovation has many impacts within the public and academic communities. By helping the public to better understand science and health research, and by helping the research community to share this information, we build leaders of the future and a stronger health research and innovation environment. The Community Engagement and Conference Grant is designed to cover a broad spectrum of activities, including those that promote collaboration and networking in the area of health research and innovation. Activities should align with the mandate of AIHS to promote the health, social and economic wellbeing of Albertans through research and innovation. Activities should also demonstrate the intent to promote collaboration and exchange between community groups, individuals, research groups, academic institutions, and organizations in Alberta and beyond.

Eligibility:

  • Community groups
  • Not-for-profit organizations/agencies
  • Academic institutions
  • Government
  • Industry
  • Organizations that are committed to public understanding of health research and innovation

Eligible Expenses:

Funds are intended to support activities associated with promoting collaboration and networking in the area of health research and innovation. These activities can be in the form of: hosting or sponsoring a conference, symposium, or workshop; hosting or sponsoring an event with a defined audience; or development or enhancement of existing or potential collaborations and learning opportunities to enhance Alberta’s health and health research system.

Deadline: Closed. No longer accepting applications.

Contact: Mike Christen | 780-809-2557 | Mike.Christen@albertainnovates.ca

Website: http://www.aihealthsolutions.ca/funding/health-research-funding/community-engagement-and-conference-grant/

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