Funding and support

The IHC project has been possible due to financial and other support from a range of organisations worldwide

The Research Council of Norway, the UK NHS National Institute for Health Research, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Naji Foundation have supported development of learning resources. The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation and the European Union have supported resources to make evidence more accessible.

Research Council of Norway
• Supporting informed healthcare choices in low-income countries, 2013-2017 (Project Number: 220603/H10)
• Enabling sustainable public engagement in improving health and health equity, 2018-2023 (Project number 284683)

Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center
Resources to help people make well-informed health choices in low-income countries, 2016 (Application Number: B622139)

Naji Foundation
Development of the Informed Healthcare Choices website and preparation of a video, 2016

National Institute for Health Research
The James Lind Inititiatve, 2016 – 2019

The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad)
Global Health Unit, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, 2015-2017

European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme
• Developing and Evaluating Communication Strategies to Support Informed Decisions and Practice Based on Evidence (DECIDE), 2011 – 2015 (grant agreement no 258583)
• Supporting the Use of Research Evidence (SURE) for Policy in African Health Systems, 2009-2014 (grant agreement no 222881)

EC INCO Programme
SUPPORT Collaboration: Supporting Policy Relevant Reviews and Trials, 2006 – 2009 (grant agreement no 031939)

Dr. Antoni Esteve Foundation
Supporting the translation of Health Choices primary school resources into Spanish, 2018

Innovations, Data and Experiments in Education programme, led by J-PAL Europe
The IDEE programme translated and adapted in French the poster “That’s a claim!” to support critical thinking about impact claims in education.

Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Needs assessment and preliminary development of learning resources for the Norwegian school health services

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