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Neuroendocrine Cancer UK Launches Practice-Changing Grants

Aug 23, 2023

Neuroendocrine Cancer UK is thrilled to announce the launch of our Practice-Changing Grants initiative, which is part of our Advancing Research campaign. The grants are designed to identify practical solutions that significantly enhance the well-being and experiences of those affected by neuroendocrine cancer within 12 months.
 
About the Practice-Changing Grants:
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK’s Practice-Changing Grants are geared towards identifying novel and pragmatic strategies that will positively impact the lives of individuals with neuroendocrine cancer. We believe in the power of innovation to drive rapid change, and these grants are designed to yield tangible results within just one year.
 
Who Can Apply:
Calling all neuroendocrine cancer healthcare professionals, researchers, clinicians, and specialists! If you have a pioneering concept that can tangibly benefit people with neuroendocrine cancer, we invite you to seize this opportunity. Your expertise and dedication can play a pivotal role in shaping the future of neuroendocrine cancer care.
 
Funding for Impact:
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK is committed to making a substantial difference. We will allocate a minimum of three Practice-Changing Grants each year, with each grant offering up to £10,000 in funding.
 
How to Get Involved:
Inform your healthcare teams about this exciting chance to make a difference. If you are a healthcare professional working with individuals impacted by neuroendocrine cancer, you can lead change from the frontlines. Applications for the Practice-Changing Grants are now open. Click here to download the application form. 
To learn more about the Practice-Changing Grants program and access the application form, please click here. 
 
Join us in our mission to transform patient care and create a brighter future for neuroendocrine cancer patients. Together, we can make a lasting impact that changes lives.
 
For enquiries, please contact: Lisa Walker – campaigns@nc-uk.org