Team Grant : Diabetes Prevention and Treatment in Indigenous Communities: Resilience and Wellness = Full Application
Academic Unit: Inquire with your unit
Memorial Deadline: Tuesday 28th, June 2022
External Deadline: Thursday 7th, July 2022
- Mental wellness, spiritual health, ceremony, and connection to community, the land and culture
- Social determinants of health
- Health promotion and prevention research, especially among children and youth
- Supporting the health of community health workers/workforce
- Integrating Indigenous knowledges and Western science (Indigenous and non-Indigenous research paradigms)
- Related diabetes complications and co-morbidities e.g. heart failure/coronary artery disease, stroke, high blood pressure, atherosclerosis
These research areas may be considered at the individual, group and structural levels (e.g. governance structures, educational systems, institutions, research infrastructures, policy apparatus, etc.).
CIHR and partner(s) financial contributions for this initiative are subject to availability of funds. Should CIHR or partner(s) funding levels not be available or are decreased due to unforeseen circumstances, CIHR and partner(s) reserve the right to reduce, defer or suspend financial contributions to grants received as a result of this funding opportunity.
- The total amount available for this funding opportunity is $8,420,000. This amount may increase if additional funding partners participate.
- Of this $8,420,000:
- $420,000 is available to fund up to twelve (12) development grants of up to $35,000 per grant, if requested, to successful applications at the Letter of Intent (LOI) stage. It is anticipated that up to twelve (12) fundable LOI applications will be invited to the full application stage.
- $8,000,000 is available at the full application stage, enough to fund up to four (4) grants. The maximum amount per grant is $400,000 per year for up to 5 years, for a total of $2,000,000 per grant.
- For more information on the appropriate use of funds, refer to Allowable Costs.
- To define and integrate models of resilience and wellness into diabetes prevention and treatment approaches among First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.
- To support Indigenous-led and community-driven efforts to reverse the upward trajectory of diabetes in Indigenous communities.
Additional information can be found at ResearchNet.