National Respiratory Research Strategy
The National Respiratory Research Strategy (NRRS) is a collaborative initiative of the Canadian Lung Association, the CTS and the CRHP. The NRRS aims to enhance Canada’s research efforts and the impact of research on lung health, through its three pillars:
- A national training program that will build research capacity;
- A national grant program to support research projects; and
- An integrated knowledge translation strategy that uses evidence-based research to inform advocacy, program planning and service delivery efforts across the continuum of care.
For additional information on the NRRS, contact Michelle McEvoy, Manager of National Research Programs, at email@example.com.
The Canadian Lung Association offer several competitions for research funding.
|Breathing as One COPD Catalyst Grant||Application: Closed|
|Provincial Lung Association Grant Awards Program - National Grant Review (NGR)||Registration: November 18, 2016
Applications: December 9, 2016
|Breathing as One: Research Fellowships and Studentships||Applications: Feburary 20, 2017|
|CLA-CTS/ERS Peter Macklem Fellowship Award||Applications: January 30, 2017|
For more information on all research funding opportunities, contact:
Manager, National Research Programs
The Lung Association - National Office
1750 Courtwood Crescent, Suite 300
Ottawa, ON K2C 2B5
Tel: (613) 569-6411 x 262
Fax: (613) 569-8860