As the chiropractic community wrestles with the of the impacts of Covid-19 on the nation’s health and economy, the CCRF has a bit of light to shine towards the end of the tunnel.
This week, the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation announced its Spring 2020 Request for Proposal (RFP) with up to $250,000 in available funding. This RFP is open to all Canadian-based research teams. If you have a project with the potential to make an impact on a local, national or global scale, the CCRF invites you to submit a Letter of Inquiry by midnight, Friday, May 15, 2020. Final RFP funding decisions will be made in mid September. This will be followed by second RFP announcement later in
September which is shaping up to be a terrific opportunity for emerging researchers and smaller-scale projects.
For details, guidelines and FAQs, go to CCRF’s website:
When asked about the decision to issue its RFP during this health crisis, CCRF Research Committee Chair, Dr. McIlmoyle replied, “Our purpose is to support chiropractic research and the future of the profession. To us, this means providing financial support for researchers during this challenging time.”
Updates on CCRF’s Spring 2020 RFP prior to the May 15, deadline will be posted to on the CCRF website. The CCRF invests in national evidence-based research which will provide solutions and improve the health of those burdened with musculoskeletal pain and disability. If you believe in the value of research, the CCRF invites you to support this ground-breaking work.