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Nature Awards – Inclusive Health Research

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The Inclusive Health Research Awards from Nature Awards seek to recognize and facilitate the development of new, diverse and sustainable health solutions. The Inclusive Health Research awards aim to:

  • Uncover innovation and best practice in inclusive health research that has been influenced by engagement with affected communities and their expert representatives.
  • Recognise, promote and support institutions and individuals who are contributing to a diverse, patient- and affected community-inclusive research ecosystem.
  • Build a library of case studies to share — and encourage wider adoption of — new ideas and best practice in the co-production of research to advance global health equity.

Applications are open to the diverse stakeholders contributing to inclusive health research, including:

  • Individual researchers, clinicians or research groups based at public or private institutions
  • Patient advocacy and representative groups
  • Health charities
  • Health research funders
  • Health research publishers
  • Companies
  • NGOs
  • Government departments

Applications from the following groups are particularly encouraged:

  • Historically under-served patient groups and communities.
  • Low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), i.e., countries identified by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) as having low-income or middle-income economies.

Three winners will be selected by our panel of expert judges and will each receive a prize of €20,000, plus coverage on nature.com (the format and amount to be determined at the sole discretion of Springer Nature). 

Applications close on February 5, 2024.

Full application due:
February 5, 2024

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