Help individuals, families, and societies to better cope with life challenges related to illness and health, by promoting rigorous science, precise interventions, and close collaborations.

Bring A Stakeholder Grants

In order to optimise the understanding of the implications of health psychology research for policy and practice this grant will enable applicants to bring a non-academic collaborator or partner (such as a healthcare practitioner, policy maker, charitable worker, industrial partner) to the conference for some mutual knowledge transfer. A maximum of 1000 euro is available to go towards the Stakeholders conference fee, accommodation, travel and subsistence. Applications must be led by the academic collaborator, with the stakeholder as a named co-applicant.

Grant Selection Process

Please send your application electronically to the Grants Officer ( Decisions on acceptance/rejection of submitted applications will be acknowledged within 3 weeks of receipt. Bring a Stakeholder Grant applications will be reviewed by the Grants Officer and the EC Chair.

For the Bring a Stakeholder Grants we require only – the above one page supporting letter to detail your academic collaboration with your external stakeholder and what you hope to get out of their attendance at EHPS; a supporting letter from this external collaborator stating how they think attending EHPS as a ‘Bring a Stakeholder’ award recipient may benefit their research collaborations; a brief CV from the academic lead AND the Stakeholder; and the relevant Stakeholder costs (The Academic is required to be an EHPS member and meeting their own attendance costs)