This grant is designed to support the development of creative and innovative programmes for education (of the public or non-sleep health professionals) and/or outreach on sleep health-related research for a variety of audiences. This initiative aims to accelerate the transfer of recent scientific advances and established knowledge in sleep health and circadian/sleep biology to health professionals and/or the public at large. Applicants may propose to develop tools and/or strategies to advance community awareness through broader public health initiatives; or decrease sleep health disparities and improve health equality.
1.The grant is open to individuals or small teams who work in Australia or New Zealand and the health education work must be undertaken in Australia or New Zealand. 2.The successful applicant will provide a report within three months of the completion of the grant for posting on the Sleep Health Foundation (SHF) website.