NLCAHR Awards Guide - Research Reports and Publications
All publications or scholarly communications arising out of research supported by the Centre must acknowledge this assistance. NLCAHR expects funded investigators to disseminate their research findings through peer-ÂÂÂreviewed publications in quality journals and other media so that their work will have the maximum impact and utility. It is expected that the support of NLCAHR will be acknowledged in all such publications.
Guidelines for Research Reports
Every recipient of a research grant or fellowship from the Centre is expected to submit a summary of final research results for dissemination to NLCAHR stakeholders. Reports allow the Centre to make research results available to those who can use them and to bring researchers with similar interests together for future collaboration.
Successful recipients of funding who accept the award agree to give the Centre permission to use report documents as required. NLCAHR reports may be used for many purposes and in a variety of ways, such as:
- on our web site
- in our newsletters and electronic bulletins
- in media releases
- in NLCAHR annual reports
Please contact us to discuss concerns about the impact of these uses on future publishing.
Please note: All reports are due within one month of completion of tenure of the award, in electronic format. Failure to comply with these guidelines is a violation of the agreement of acceptance of the award. Any grant recipient who does not deliver his/her final report by the end of the allotted time may be excluded from future funding competitions at NLCAHR.