The Research on Research (RoR) team at the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) would like to learn about the decision-making processes funders of health and health-related research use to allocate grant funds.

Funders are responsible for fair and transparent allocation of funding for health research. To do this, decisions are made about which research applications merit funding.  A new survey from NIHR builds on their previous work and aims to collate information about the different approaches to decision-making that health research funders are currently using, have used in the past or may consider using in the future, and their opinions of these approaches.

If you would like to take part or know someone who would like to take part, the survey will take about 20 minutes to complete and can be accessed here. You can find out more about the survey in this guest blog.

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