Open Call NWA Health Inequalities
Health Inequalities - Promoting Health Potential of People with Lower Socioeconomic Status. Relatively large health disadvantages occur among people in a lower socio-economic position. How can this health potential be better addressed and utilized? The thematic program of the National Research Agenda makes € 4,835,000 available for empirical research into promising breakthroughs from a systems approach. A broad, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary consortium that encompasses the entire knowledge chain and within which knowledge institutions, social stakeholders and practitioners work together, can apply for funding for an extensive research program into achieving health benefits and avoiding health loss among people in a lower socio-economic position in society. Make sure your pre-registration is sent before 13 April, 2021.
The goal of Health Inequalities – Promoting the Health Potential of People with Lower Socioeconomic Status is to perform empirical research in several settings, based on a systems approach that reflects the complexity of health inequalities between groups, examining cross-domain approaches designed to sustainably improve the health of people with lower socioeconomic status. Consortia that encompass the entire knowledge chain perform interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research to achieve a breakthrough in enhancing health potential among people with lower socioeconomic status.
Consortia composed of knowledge institutions, societal stakeholders and parties from healthcare practice can apply. Consortia encompass the entire knowledge chain (fundamental, applied and practice-oriented research) and perform interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research. Target groups (and their representatives) must have a role in the consortia.
The deadline to submit you pre-proposal is 13 April 2021, before 14:00:00 CET