Helse Vests strategiske satsinger 2020-2024Deadline: 03/06/2019 23:59:00

The Regional Liaison Committee (Det regionale samarbeidsorganet) between the Western Norway Regional Health Authority, the University of Bergen, the University of Stavanger and the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, has set aside funds for the establishment of new strategic research initiatives in Helse Vest. Funds for the period of 2020-2024 can be applied for with deadline June 3rd, 2019. The application amount is 1-4 million NOK annually for 3-5 years. The funding is set to minimum 25 million NOK annually for new strategic research initiatives. Given sufficient scientific quality and the project's benefit to patients and impact on patient care, at least one project will be awarded to a smaller health trusts in the region, and minimum 3 million NOK shall be set aside for health care interaction projects.

There are funds available for five thematic areas. Select one of these when creating the application form:

  • Health services research – Health care interaction, patient course of illness, interdisciplinary perspective, implementation research

  • Improved health services through applied digitalization (use of digital analysis tools in diagnostics and treatment)

  • Integration mental and somatic health

  • Applied research against antimicrobial resistance

  • Clinical treatment research (requirements for participation in research from all health trusts, provided there are patients within the group)

For more information, please see the the call for proposals.


Select the health provider (and department, if relevant) or private, non-profit institution that will support the project. An email to applicant institution requesting support will be sent when the application is submitted.
Note: The absolute final deadline for supporting the application is 3 weeks after the application deadline.

Select the thematic area that is relevant to the strategic initiative, cf. the call for proposals

Enter the title of the project. Note: If necessary, the project title can be changed from the application form.

A link to the application form will be sent to the entered address. Please make sure you enter an address that is in use and checked regularly. Check that your email address is written correctly.

I accept the terms and conditions
Samarbeidsorganet Midt-Norge - forskningsmidler for 2020Deadline: 13/06/2019 15:00:00

The Central Norway Regional Health Authority (RHA) has allocated funds for strengthening research and academic development within medicine and health sciences in the region. The funding is allocated via The Liaison Committee for Education, Research and Innovation in Central Norway (Samarbeidsorganet). Subject to the financial framework for the Central Norway RHA, a call for proposals for research funding for 2020 has been approved, and includes the following categories:

  • Research fellowships*
    • Doctoral (PhD) research fellowships, known and unknown candidates (up to 3 years)
    • Postdoctoral research fellowships (up to 3 years)
    • Researcher fellowships (up to 3 years)
    • Positions focused on innovation (PhD, postdoctoral or researcher fellowships, up to 3 years)
  • Project funds (NOK 500 000 to NOK 1 000 000 per year for a period of 1-3 years)
  • Mobility grants (period of 3-12 months)

*It is possible to apply for additional running costs (equivalent to up to 200 000 NOK/year for up to 3 years) in applications for PhD, postdoctoral and researcher fellowships.

The complete call can be accessed on Central Norway RHA's webpages.

Who can apply?

Applications for research funding may be submitted by persons employed in the following institutions:

  • Health trusts (HF) in Central Norway
  • Universities and university colleges in the region, in collaboration with health trusts in Central Norway
  • Private-sector parties in the region that have an agreement with the Central Norway RHA, in collaboration with a health trust.

We encourage collaboration with different sectors, including universities/university colleges, municipalities and private establishments/commercial businesses. The projects must be relevant to the health sector, and it is required that all projects are conducted with participation from a health trust. Furthermore, the projects are expected to result in scientific publications where the appropriate health trust is listed as an affiliation. 

We recommend that you start working on the application well in advance of the application deadline. You get access to your application via the link you receive when creating the application; this can also be shared with any partners. The application form is active until the submission deadline.

Application deadline is Thursday, June 13 at. 3 pm. Note that the system closes automatically. It will not be possible to submit applications after the deadline.

Questions about the call can be directed to: samarbeidsorganet@mh.ntnu.no


Please select the appropriate applicant institution from the list of clinics within the health trusts in the region. Eligible institutions have already been added to the list. The correct applicant institution is the clinic where the applicant is employed or will be collaborating with.

An e-mail will automitivcally be sent to the head of clinic requesting confirmation of management commitment as the application is submitted. It is an absolute requirement that all applications for research funding from The Central Regional Health Authority Norge do have management commitment and participation fram a health trust in the region.  

The host institution (i.e., the institution that will manage the project financially) must be indicated under "classification" in the application form. If the host institution is not the same as the applicant institution (f.ex.a department at NTNU), a commitment form signed by your department head must be attached with the application. Link to management commitment forms are found in the documents related to the call. (For application to Felles forskningsutvalg there must always be attached a management commitment form signed by head of department).

Select the correct application type. Make sure you have selected the correct call and correct application type before creating the application form.

A link to the application form and all other information regarding the application will be sent to the given address. Please make sure that the address is correct and in regular use.

I accept the terms and conditions
Felles forskningsutvalg for St. Olavs hospital HF og Fakultet for medisin og helsevitenskap (FFU) - forskningsmidler for 2020Deadline: 13/06/2019 15:00:00

Felles forskningsutvalg (FFU), the joint research committee between St. Olavs Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine, NTNU manages research funds from the Central Norway Regional Health Authority.

The following call for proposals is announced:

  • Two-year research projects of up to NOK 1 million
  • Researcher positions 50% (up to 3 years duration)

You can find the complete announcement text on Felles forskningsutvalg’s wiki pages.

Who can apply?

Applications for research funding and positions can only be submitted by people employed at St. Olavs hospital or Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences:

  • St. Olavs hospital - in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences*, NTNU
  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences*, NTNU - in collaboration with St. Olavs hospital 

* Applies to employees at the Medicine and Health Sciences, NTNU in Trondheim. Employees at NTNU Ålesund and NTNU Gjøvik are not eligible for applying.

We recommend that you start working on the application well in advance of the application deadline. You ge access to your application via the link you receive when creating the application; this can also be shared with any partners. The application form is active until the submission deadline.

Application deadline is Thursday, June 13 at. 15:00 pm. Note that the system closes automatically. It will not be possible to submit applications after the deadline.

I you have any questions about the call, please contact the secretariat:

Secretariat for Felles forskningsutvalg: samarbeidsorganet@mh.ntnu.no


Please select the appropriate applicant institution from the list of clinics within the health trusts in the region. Eligible institutions have already been added to the list. The correct applicant institution is the clinic where the applicant is employed or will be collaborating with.

An e-mail will automitivcally be sent to the head of clinic requesting confirmation of management commitment as the application is submitted. It is an absolute requirement that all applications for research funding from The Central Regional Health Authority Norge do have management commitment and participation fram a health trust in the region.  

The host institution (i.e., the institution that will manage the project financially) must be indicated under "classification" in the application form. If the host institution is not the same as the applicant institution (f.ex.a department at NTNU), a commitment form signed by your department head must be attached with the application. Link to management commitment forms are found in the documents related to the call. (For application to Felles forskningsutvalg there must always be attached a management commitment form signed by head of department).

Select the correct application type. Make sure you have selected the correct call and correct application type before creating the application form.

A link to the application form and all other information regarding the application will be sent to the given address. Please make sure that the address is correct and in regular use.

I accept the terms and conditions
Helse Vests strategiske satsinger 2020-2024Deadline: 03/06/2019 23:59:00

The Regional Liaison Committee (Det regionale samarbeidsorganet) between the Western Norway Regional Health Authority, the University of Bergen, the University of Stavanger and the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, has set aside funds for the establishment of new strategic research initiatives in Helse Vest. Funds for the period of 2020-2024 can be applied for with deadline June 3rd, 2019. The application amount is 1-4 million NOK annually for 3-5 years. The funding is set to minimum 25 million NOK annually for new strategic research initiatives. Given sufficient scientific quality and the project's benefit to patients and impact on patient care, at least one project will be awarded to a smaller health trusts in the region, and minimum 3 million NOK shall be set aside for health care interaction projects.

There are funds available for five thematic areas. Select one of these when creating the application form:

  • Health services research – Health care interaction, patient course of illness, interdisciplinary perspective, implementation research

  • Improved health services through applied digitalization (use of digital analysis tools in diagnostics and treatment)

  • Integration mental and somatic health

  • Applied research against antimicrobial resistance

  • Clinical treatment research (requirements for participation in research from all health trusts, provided there are patients within the group)

For more information, please see the the call for proposals.


Select the health provider (and department, if relevant) or private, non-profit institution that will support the project. An email to applicant institution requesting support will be sent when the application is submitted.
Note: The absolute final deadline for supporting the application is 3 weeks after the application deadline.

Select the thematic area that is relevant to the strategic initiative, cf. the call for proposals

Enter the title of the project. Note: If necessary, the project title can be changed from the application form.

A link to the application form will be sent to the entered address. Please make sure you enter an address that is in use and checked regularly. Check that your email address is written correctly.

I accept the terms and conditions

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Samarbeidsorganet Midt-Norge - forskningsmidler for 2020Deadline: 13/06/2019 15:00:00

The Central Norway Regional Health Authority (RHA) has allocated funds for strengthening research and academic development within medicine and health sciences in the region. The funding is allocated via The Liaison Committee for Education, Research and Innovation in Central Norway (Samarbeidsorganet). Subject to the financial framework for the Central Norway RHA, a call for proposals for research funding for 2020 has been approved, and includes the following categories:

  • Research fellowships*
    • Doctoral (PhD) research fellowships, known and unknown candidates (up to 3 years)
    • Postdoctoral research fellowships (up to 3 years)
    • Researcher fellowships (up to 3 years)
    • Positions focused on innovation (PhD, postdoctoral or researcher fellowships, up to 3 years)
  • Project funds (NOK 500 000 to NOK 1 000 000 per year for a period of 1-3 years)
  • Mobility grants (period of 3-12 months)

*It is possible to apply for additional running costs (equivalent to up to 200 000 NOK/year for up to 3 years) in applications for PhD, postdoctoral and researcher fellowships.

The complete call can be accessed on Central Norway RHA's webpages.

Who can apply?

Applications for research funding may be submitted by persons employed in the following institutions:

  • Health trusts (HF) in Central Norway
  • Universities and university colleges in the region, in collaboration with health trusts in Central Norway
  • Private-sector parties in the region that have an agreement with the Central Norway RHA, in collaboration with a health trust.

We encourage collaboration with different sectors, including universities/university colleges, municipalities and private establishments/commercial businesses. The projects must be relevant to the health sector, and it is required that all projects are conducted with participation from a health trust. Furthermore, the projects are expected to result in scientific publications where the appropriate health trust is listed as an affiliation. 

We recommend that you start working on the application well in advance of the application deadline. You get access to your application via the link you receive when creating the application; this can also be shared with any partners. The application form is active until the submission deadline.

Application deadline is Thursday, June 13 at. 3 pm. Note that the system closes automatically. It will not be possible to submit applications after the deadline.

Questions about the call can be directed to: samarbeidsorganet@mh.ntnu.no


Please select the appropriate applicant institution from the list of clinics within the health trusts in the region. Eligible institutions have already been added to the list. The correct applicant institution is the clinic where the applicant is employed or will be collaborating with.

An e-mail will automitivcally be sent to the head of clinic requesting confirmation of management commitment as the application is submitted. It is an absolute requirement that all applications for research funding from The Central Regional Health Authority Norge do have management commitment and participation fram a health trust in the region.  

The host institution (i.e., the institution that will manage the project financially) must be indicated under "classification" in the application form. If the host institution is not the same as the applicant institution (f.ex.a department at NTNU), a commitment form signed by your department head must be attached with the application. Link to management commitment forms are found in the documents related to the call. (For application to Felles forskningsutvalg there must always be attached a management commitment form signed by head of department).

Select the correct application type. Make sure you have selected the correct call and correct application type before creating the application form.

A link to the application form and all other information regarding the application will be sent to the given address. Please make sure that the address is correct and in regular use.

I accept the terms and conditions
Felles forskningsutvalg for St. Olavs hospital HF og Fakultet for medisin og helsevitenskap (FFU) - forskningsmidler for 2020Deadline: 13/06/2019 15:00:00

Felles forskningsutvalg (FFU), the joint research committee between St. Olavs Hospital and the Faculty of Medicine, NTNU manages research funds from the Central Norway Regional Health Authority.

The following call for proposals is announced:

  • Two-year research projects of up to NOK 1 million
  • Researcher positions 50% (up to 3 years duration)

You can find the complete announcement text on Felles forskningsutvalg’s wiki pages.

Who can apply?

Applications for research funding and positions can only be submitted by people employed at St. Olavs hospital or Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences:

  • St. Olavs hospital - in collaboration with the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences*, NTNU
  • Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences*, NTNU - in collaboration with St. Olavs hospital 

* Applies to employees at the Medicine and Health Sciences, NTNU in Trondheim. Employees at NTNU Ålesund and NTNU Gjøvik are not eligible for applying.

We recommend that you start working on the application well in advance of the application deadline. You ge access to your application via the link you receive when creating the application; this can also be shared with any partners. The application form is active until the submission deadline.

Application deadline is Thursday, June 13 at. 15:00 pm. Note that the system closes automatically. It will not be possible to submit applications after the deadline.

I you have any questions about the call, please contact the secretariat:

Secretariat for Felles forskningsutvalg: samarbeidsorganet@mh.ntnu.no


Please select the appropriate applicant institution from the list of clinics within the health trusts in the region. Eligible institutions have already been added to the list. The correct applicant institution is the clinic where the applicant is employed or will be collaborating with.

An e-mail will automitivcally be sent to the head of clinic requesting confirmation of management commitment as the application is submitted. It is an absolute requirement that all applications for research funding from The Central Regional Health Authority Norge do have management commitment and participation fram a health trust in the region.  

The host institution (i.e., the institution that will manage the project financially) must be indicated under "classification" in the application form. If the host institution is not the same as the applicant institution (f.ex.a department at NTNU), a commitment form signed by your department head must be attached with the application. Link to management commitment forms are found in the documents related to the call. (For application to Felles forskningsutvalg there must always be attached a management commitment form signed by head of department).

Select the correct application type. Make sure you have selected the correct call and correct application type before creating the application form.

A link to the application form and all other information regarding the application will be sent to the given address. Please make sure that the address is correct and in regular use.

I accept the terms and conditions

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eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT

eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT

eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT

eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT

eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT

Please direct any questions to eSøknad - Program for klinisk behandlingsforskning

eSøknad is developed by Sølvi Lerfald and Reidar Thorstensen, Center for Clinical Research, Helse Vest RHF. It is developed in cooperation with all 4 RHF with support from Helse Vest IKT