Call for Research Proposals

Calling the attention of all researchers!

The Region 1 Health Research and Development Consortium – Research Management Committee is now accepting capsule proposals for possible funding in line with the below listed research agenda.

 

NATIONAL PRIORITY RESEARCH AGENDA (NUHRA)

  1. Responsive Health Systems
  2. Research to Enhance and Extend Healthy Lives
  3. Holistic Approaches to Health and Wellness
  4. Health Resiliency
  5. Global Competitiveness and Innovation in Health
  6. Research in Equity and Health

 

REGIONAL PRIORITY RESEARCH AGENDA (RUHRA)

  1. Triple Burden of Disease
  2. Health of Vulnerable Populations
  3. Drug Discovery and Development
  4. Health Technology and Innovations
  5. Food Safety and Nutrition
  6. Health Governance and Policies
  7. Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  8. Health Financing

 

Submit your proposals following the prescribed PCHRD Capsule Research Proposal Form until May 31, 2019.

 

For queries, kindly contact Ms. Ana Gay D. Ranga, R1HRDC Secretariat at 09778031747/ 09308817266 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The R1HRDC Capacity Building Committee (CBC) launched its MEGA TRAINING PROGRAM which was primarily envisioned to enhance the capacity of R1HRDC to come up with better health researches which will strengthen the knowledge and delivery of health services pertaining to two (2) pressing health issues/concern identified in the region: Teenage Pregnancy and Mental Health. Also, it aimed to support the capability of researchers to conduct the whole cycle of research activity from inception to utilization of the intended beneficiaries of the results of the research activity. This program was divided into three (3) phases, whereby, the Phase 1, “Development of Research Proposals”, was conducted on December 17-18, 2018 at El Cielito Hotel, Baguio City and was participated in by 28 researchers in the region.

Read more: CBC LAUNCHES MEGA TRAINING PROGRAM

DOST-PCHRD Undergraduate Thesis Grant in Natural Products

 

THESIS GRANT

A. Two (2) thesis proposals will be selected per region who will receive a grant amounting to a maximum of Fifty Thousand Pesos (Php 50,000.00).

B. A Memorandum of Agreement will be signed between the students, adviser, head of institution, and DOST-PCHRD.

C. The thesis fund will be deposited to the bank account of the thesis adviser and will be liquidated with corresponding receipts after completion of the study.

D. The grant must be expended based on the approved line item budget.

 

WHO CAN APPLY?

All undergraduate students of Pharmacy, Chemistry, Nursing and Health, and Allied Sciences who have thesis proposals on natural products may apply. The proposed thesis study must use plants indigenous in the region. The project must be completed a year after receiving the grant.

 

HOW TO APPLY?

Applicants should submit the following documents to the Region 1 Health Research and Development Consortium (R1HRDC):

A. Duly accomplished prescribed research proposal form with college seal

B. Endorsement letter from the institution signed by the head of the university college dean

C. Soft copy of the proposal (MS Word Format)

D. Hard copy of the proposal using A4 paper

E. Certificate of plant authentication

F. Appropriate

Read more: Undergraduate Thesis Grant in Natural Products

 Establishing ERC and SOP Writing Training

The Region 1 Health Research and Development Consortium (R1HRDC) Ethics Research Committee in cooperation with the Regional Ethics Monitoring Board 1 (REMB-1) spearheaded the Orientation on How to Establish ERC and SOP Writing Training and Workshop on November 8-9, 2018 at Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, Batac City, Ilocos Norte. The activity aimed to educate the participants about the importance of ethics in research, give key points on how to establish their own ERC, and to teach them how to develop their ERC’s own Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) which is one of the major requirement when applying for accreditation. It was led by the region's very able speakers who are expert in the field of ethics, Dr. Maria Paz Virginia K. Otayza, Dr. Michael Martin Baccay, Prof. Ryan Dean Sucgang and Dr. Mayrose L. Quezon.

 

On the first day of the training, Dr. Otayza tackled topics on the importa

Read more: Establishing ERC and SOP Writing Training

REMB-1 First Ever Accreditation Training

The Regional Ethics Monitoring Board – Region 1 (REMB-1) together with the Committee on Standards and Accreditation (CSA), in partnership with the Philippine Health Research Ethics Board, conducted for the first time ever a two-day Accreditation Training and Workshop on How to Accredit Research Ethics Committees on October 23-24, 2018, at the Board Room, Main Building of Mariano Marcos Memorial Hospital and Medical Center, City of Batac, Ilocos Norte. The activity was primarily aimed at relating the roles and functions of REMB with the PHREB mandate and to rationalize the accreditation process according to the PHREB policies, accreditation standards and classification of RECs. 

 

Dr. Marita Reyes of the National Ethics Committee (NEC), served as

Read more: REMB-1 First Ever Accreditation Training

 

As a way of helping our researchers on how to accurately and appropriately analyse their research findings, the R1HRDC Capacity Building Committee spearheaded the conduct of DATA ANALYSIS Training and Workshop on September 26-28, 2018 at Hotel Veniz, Baguio City, with the aide of the very able lecturer Ophelia Mendoza, DrPH, adjunct professor from the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of the Philippines, Manila.

 

The 3-day training evolved on the following topics:

(1) understanding the basic concepts and principles in the application of statistical tools for data analysis particularly in: computing and interpreting health indicators; describing data by means of constructing tables and graphs and applying measures of central tendency, dispersion and location; making statistical inference through estimation and hypothesis testing; and investigating relationships between variables; and

(2) Identify the most appropriate statistical tools needed for the analysis of the data and meet the objectives of the research proposals they are developing.

Read more: Data Analysis Training and Workshop

Featured Links

PNHRS

http://www.healthresearch.ph

PCHRD

http://www.pchrd.dost.gov.ph

eHealth

http://www.ehealth.ph

Ethics

http://ethics.healthresearch.ph

ASEAN-NDI

http://www.asean-ndi.org

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