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Assessment Criteria and Rating a Grant Application
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Health promotion projects

  • Potential impact in response to the health needs of the target local community;
  • Scientific evidence of effectiveness of the proposed health promotion activities;
  • Innovation;
  • Relevance to thematic priorities;
  • Feasibility of the proposal;
  • Evaluation plan of programme effectiveness;
  • Cross-sector collaboration, in particular collaboration between non-governmental organisations and tertiary institutions;
  • Impact and sustainability of the programme; and
  • Potential to build community capacity in health promotion.

 

The Research Council may at its absolute discretion invite non-local experts to participate in the second-tier peer review.

 

Rating a Grant Application

A score ranging from 4 (Recommended for support) to 1 (Not supported) will be assigned by the referees to indicate the scientific merit under each heading in the Referee's Assessment Form. The overall rating for each application will be discussed and finalised in the Grant Review Board meeting. The overall rating is defined as follows:

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