Application to the SBRI Healthcare Competition 18 has now closed.
Applicants will be notified of the competition outcome when the selection process has concluded
Stroke care is a critical issue for health systems globally, with someone having a stroke every two seconds somewhere in the world. In the UK stroke is the fourth biggest killer and costs society £26 billion annually.
Pre-hospital diagnosis, delivering evidenced-based rehabilitation interventions, and supporting stroke survivors are key priorities which innovators can help the NHS address.
Funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement and in collaboration with the Stroke Association and the AHSN Network, SBRI Healthcare is pleased to announce the opening of Competition 18 for funding innovations in the pre-hospital diagnosis and rehabilitation of stroke.
The funding competition is open to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and organisations from the private, public and third sectors, including charities. Applicants are invited to submit innovative solutions to tackle three specific challenges:
- Pre-hospital diagnosis
- Life after stroke
The SBRI Healthcare Programme Management Office is available to answer any questions you may have about the competition and starting your application. Please listen to the briefing webinar.
Further information and supporting documents are available below and more will be added as they become available:
- Challenge Brief
- Involvement of stroke survivors in research proposals – Stroke Association
- Invitation to Tender
- Applicant and Portal Guidance
- Template Application Form
- Finance Template
- Webinar presentation
- Webinar recording
- Tips for innovators
- Stroke and Technology – Phase 1 – Panel list
- Phase 1 Development Agreement