2024 SE Research Centre Graduate Student Awards
The SE Research Centre is excited to announce the launch of its 2024 SE Research Centre Graduate Student Awards. Two awards ($2,500 CAD each) are available and will be granted to 1 Master’s and 1 PhD student to help offset costs associated with graduate student thesis projects that address one or more of the following priority areas of the SE Research Centre:
- Aging in Society
- Dying, Death and Grief
- Models of Care Delivery
- Health and Care Experiences
About the SE Research Centre
*Award money is not to be used to support travel costs (e.g., hotel, airfare/train/mileage, meal expenses), equipment or software purchases, graduate student fees/tuition, purchase of textbooks or other school supplies.
The SE Research Centre conducts impact-oriented health services research and evaluation to positively influence how people live and age at home and in their communities in Canada and around the world.
Our purpose is to respond to the needs of people, their caregivers, and health and social care providers, to develop evidence-based solutions to tough health and social care problems.
Our goal is to synthesize, generate, translate, adapt and mobilize scientific evidence in the co-design, implementation, and evaluation of person- and family-centred health and social care services.
Visit research.sehc.com/resources for more information about our priority areas and associated projects.
Master’s and PhD students who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents and are currently enrolled in a thesis-based degree program at a Canadian University are eligible to apply for the Awards.
The Awards are meant to support students to be successful in conducting high quality thesis research that has the potential to create positive health system change. Award money could be used for, but is not limited to*: participant honoraria; open-access publication fees; transcription costs; translation costs; conference registration fees; and graphic design for knowledge mobilization materials.
How to Apply
Complete the 5-part application package (submitted via our Qualtrics application form):
Part A: Applicant information;
Part B: Thesis Research Project Description, Alignment & Knowledge Mobilization;
Part C: Timeline and Budget;
Part D: Supporting Documents (e.g., proof of enrolment, CV)
Part E: Self-declarations and Signature
For any questions or concerns, please email with attention to: Tammy Kim, SE Research Centre Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: December 8, 2023
Notice of Decision: January 31, 2024
CLICK HERE TO APPLY