We support research for the benefit of service users.
The research bursary provides up to £5000 to support small research projects led by a full or associate member of the CMHP. Projects which contribute to enhancing the quality of care with psychiatric medicines, through improving pharmaceutical services or ensuring safe and effective use of medicines, will be considered. The judging panel may decide to award the total amount to one project or to one or more smaller projects.
The 2018 call for applications closed on 30 June 2018. For reference, the process for submissions is outlined below.
The successful applicant
The winner will be expected to give an oral presentation on the results of the project at the CMHP Annual Conference in 2019.
Preparing your submission
Proposals should be submitted electronically using the application form: Research Application Form CMHP 2018.
The 2017 research bursary was awarded to Asta Prajapati, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust for their project 'Feasibility of introducing a medication Adherence Rating Scale (ARS) in clozapine clinic'.
This award did not run in 2016.
The 2015 research bursary was awarded to Kim Morral, an independent researcher who is exploring pharmacists’ views and experiences of providing pharmaceutical care to people with severe mental illness, in relation to both their mental and physical health.
This research was presented at the 2016 annual conference. For further information, please follow the link from: Saturday highlights 2016