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The Arts and Humanities Research Council, together with UK Research and Innovation, offer £10-£40k to engage the public with the future of health and care in the UK funding. This aims to bring the public into dialogue about the future of health and social care.

This funding scheme, from The Arts and Humanities Research Council in collaboration with UKRI, offers funding to UK-based research organisations to work with the public in imaginative and creative ways to support conversations about the future of health and social care, to shape future debate and decision-making about health, aging and wellbeing over the next 25 years.

Interdisciplinary teams are welcome, but the research must be grounded in the arts and humanities.

The full economic cost of your project can be up to £40,000. AHRC will fund 100% of the full economic cost.

Projects can be delivered at any time between June 2023 and March 2024.

Deadline for applications is 4pm (UTC) 13 December 2022.

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