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WADA calls for 2016 Social Science Target Research proposals – 07.07.2016
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) invites applications for its 2016 Social Science Target Research Grant Programme on the following topics:
1.To further inform a Whistleblowing Policy: To provide WADA with evidence-based guidance for the enhancement of a whistleblower policy.
2.How can Scenario-Based Learning improve the implementation of values-based education in anti-doping?
WADA’s Social Science Research Grant Programme was created to ensure that preventive anti-doping education programs were designed using an evidence-based approach.
Details on the research topics and information on the application process can be found on WADA’s Grant application platform, WADAGrants.
Researchers are invited to submit their applications online, in English or French, by 19 September 2016 via the WADAGrants platform.
All projects responding to the terms and conditions of this call for proposals will be evaluated by external peer-reviewers, whose recommendations will be reviewed by WADA’s Education Committee. Applicants will be notified of the results by the end of 2016.
Source & more information: www.wada-ama.org
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