Fifteen Ingredients for a Successful Research Proposal
Scroll down to see Prof. Martin Knapp's advice for a successful research proposal with links to supporting tools and resources for each stage in the process from the Social Care Research Impact website
Brilliant ideas are great, more prosaic ideas are often better...
Here are some tools to support your ideation process and the discussion and shortlisting of research ideas:
Demonstrate your previous research was completed, published and impactful. Show that you can deliver
Request all the resources you need for research and impact. Demonstrate value for money
Make time to reflect and revise before pressing 'Send'
This website arose out of activities from the Social Care Evidence in Practice project funded by the London School of Economics and Political Science's Higher Education Innovation Fund 5. The website itself was created with funding from, and is supported by, the Personal Social Services Research Unit and the NIHR School for Social Care Research.