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Thank you for your interest in applying for a 2018 IPA Research Grant.

The application is 17 questions long, and your answers will automatically be saved by clicking 'Next' upon answering each question.

You can go back and amend your answers at any point before completing the application. If you wish to exit the Survey Monkey browser at any point before completing your application, your answers will be saved (as long as you have clicked on 'Next'). Please note that you must log into the same device and use the same browser if you want to view your saved answers.

Before completing your application, please note that you will not be eligible to submit your application if you do not agree to the terms and requirements detailed in the survey.

Information on terms, requirements, and details of the IPA Research Grant programme can be found via the IPA website.

The IPA will be accepting applications until September 23, 2018, and all applicants should expect to receive a decision by the end of November 2018.

If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact Nic Allen on nic@ipa.world.

The IPA wishes to ensure your research results are as widely disseminated as possible and that all Members of the IPA are able to access them. For this reason, the IPA asks you to grant the IPA a non-exclusive licence to publish the results of your research on the IPA website and in other IPA publications and to enable the IPA to grant a licence to journals to publish it in any language. If this requirement would preclude publication in a professional journal because of the journal's submission requirements, it may be waived at the discretion of the IRB committee chair in which case you will be required to write a summary of your research for publication through the IPA. As the licence you grant to the IPA will be non-exclusive, you will retain the ownership of the copyright and the right to use the results of your research as you think fit.

In accepting a grant, you agree to credit the IPA with having provided support for your research in any and all publications that derive in whole or in part from work done under the grant.


In accepting a grant, you agree to provide the IPA with any and all publications that result in whole or in part from work done under the grant.

In accepting a grant you agree to inform the IPA of any presentation in any forum that result in whole or in part from work done under the grant.


Authors will be asked to inform the IPA if a paper contains matter (such as clinical material) which should not be published. In such cases, the IPA will always consult you and seek your agreement to any necessary changes prior to publication.

By applying for this grant I agree to abide by the above requirements.

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* 1. The IPA wishes to ensure your research results are as widely disseminated as possible and that all Members of the IPA are able to access them. For this reason, the IPA asks you to grant the IPA a non-exclusive licence to publish the results of your research on the IPA website and in other IPA publications and to enable the IPA to grant a licence to journals to publish it in any language. If this requirement would preclude publication in a professional journal because of the journal's submission requirements, it may be waived at the discretion of the IRB committee chair in which case you will be required to write a summary of your research for publication through the IPA. As the licence you grant to the IPA will be non-exclusive, you will retain the ownership of the copyright and the right to use the results of your research as you think fit.

In accepting a grant, you agree to credit the IPA with having provided support for your research in any and all publications that derive in whole or in part from work done under the grant.


In accepting a grant, you agree to provide the IPA with any and all publications that result in whole or in part from work done under the grant.

In accepting a grant you agree to inform the IPA of any presentation in any forum that result in whole or in part from work done under the grant.


Authors will be asked to inform the IPA if a paper contains matter (such as clinical material) which should not be published. In such cases, the IPA will always consult you and seek your agreement to any necessary changes prior to publication.

By applying for this grant I agree to abide by the above requirements.

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