Academic Toolkit - ACT!

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Pre-PhD preparation
Funding application
Project outline
Preliminary data

Impact statement

Start 9 months before funding application deadline and complete by 6 months before funding application deadline

Funders usually want a clear idea as to how your work is going to change clinical practice and meaningfully affect children's lives. A helpful guide is shown below.
In general terms what is needed in an impact statement is "Who benefits" and "How do they benefit". Think beyond the obvious beneficiaries - patients and families - to include clinicians, researchers, regulators, funders, industry, society as a whole etc

Impact Statement Guidance External link

Guidance to writing an impact statement

Data management plan
Collect collaborator contributions
Collect collaborator costings
Gantt chart
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