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22/84 Application Development Award (ADA): The health impacts of scams and fraud


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The Public Health Research (PHR) Programme is accepting direct-to-Stage 2 applications to this funding opportunity for underpinning development work on the health impacts of scams and fraud.

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In proportion with the level of funding available, this is a direct to Stage 2 funding opportunity. Applications received by 1pm on 29 November 2022 will be checked for remit and competitiveness and assessed by a sub-committee of the PHR Prioritisation and Funding Committees. Applications will be assessed for importance to public health, scientific quality, feasibility and value for money.

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