Call for Research Proposals: AHEAD-HPSR Program


The Department of Health (DOH) and the Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) is pleased to announce the first call for research proposals for the Advancing Health through Evidence-Assisted Decisions with Health Policy and Systems Research (AHEAD-HPSR) Program.
Interested institutions, organizations, and researchers are invited to submit a full proposal on any of the topics listed below.


1. Research on Global Trends and Impact of International Bilate ral Cooperation on Healthcare.
2. Capacity Assessment of Health Policy and Systems Research in the Philippines.
3. Strengthening Urban Primary Healthcare Service Delivery Through the Use of E-health Programs in China, Nepal, and the Philippines (The SUPER Study).
4. Estimating Burden of Disease per Province in the Philippines.
5. Financial Reporting Assessment to Ascertain Financial Position of DOH Hospitals.
6. Foodborne Trematode Prevalence Survey.
7. Gender Responsiveness of TB Prevention and Management at the Community Level in Quezon City.
8. Strengthening Evidence Base and Building Capacity on Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of Development Policies and Projects in the Philippines (Phase 1).
9. Longitudinal Cohort Study on Filipino Boy and Girl.
10. Determining the Implementation Status of Benefits under Magna Carta of Public Health Workers in the Philippines.
11. Mental Health Protocol within the Urban and Rural School Systems.
12. National Health Expenditure Survey.
13. Mycobacterium tuberculosis DNA extraction from sputum smear negative/ chest X-ray suspects among participants in the 2016 NTPS.
14. National Survey to Monitor the Impact of the Sin Tax Law.
15. Conduct a Population Based Survey using Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) Methodology to Determine Contraceptive Coverage in 17 Provinces of the Philippines (One Province Per Region).
16. Qualitative Study on the Causes and Effects of Adolescent Pregnancy.
17. Rapid Assessment of Patient Flows in 4 DOH-retained Hospitals in Metro Manila.
18. Health Burden of Road Crash Injuries in the Philippines: Constructing an Index for Road Safety Using Metro Manila Baseline Investigation.
19. Operations Research on the Implementation of the Single Joint Ethics Review Process
20. Health Burden of Road Crash Injuries in the Philippines: The Epidemiology of Cases of Road Crashes and Injuries in Major Tertiary Hospitals in the Philippines (Metro Manila, Cebu, and Davao).
21. Health Burden of Road Crash Injuries in the Philippines: Investigating the current road management and road legislations in the Philippines.
22. Pilot Testing of a Scorecard Designed to Assess the Performance of Local Government Units (LGUs) in the Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Philippines: Identifying Implementation Issues and Potential Solutions.
23. Support to Policy Development for the Tobacco Control Component of the Lifestyle-Related Diseases Prevention Program of the Department of Health.
24. Sweetened Beverage Tax Interim Monitoring
25. Capacity of the DOH to Assist Small and Medium Scale Industry-driven Development of New Medical Products and Technology Research and Development
26.Exploring Philippine Opportunities and Identifying Possible Offers and Requests on Trade in Health Services Towards the Achievement of National Health Objectives
27. A Profile of the Medical Device Sector in the Philippines
28. A study on the selection, procurement practices, pricing and management of medical devices and equipment of selected DOH Centers for Health Development and Government Hospitals
29. Capacity Building on Evidence Synthesis
30. Operations Research and Modelling on the Development of Strategic Roadmap for the Implementation of mHealth Services in the Country
31. Licensing of Service Delivery Networks
32. Regulatory Impact Analysis on Regulating Oncology Health Facilities
33. Operations and Legal Research on the Philippine Medico-Legal Death Investigation System
34. Determining Required Skill Mix to Deliver Primary Health Care Services: Phase 2 (Validation)
35. Operations Research and Modelling on the Development of Strategic Roadmap for the Implementation of Telehealth/Telemedicine in Service Delivery Networks<
36. Operations and Legal Research on the Development of Regulatory Framework for the implementation of Telehealth/Telemedicine Services in the Country


NOTE: This is to inform the public that the topic "Phase I: Development of Clinical Practice Guidelines/Training Component" will no longer be included in this cycle. Please stand-by for further announcements.


Kindly register as a proponent at http://www.projects.pchrd.dost.gov.ph/index.php/reg and attach the following requirements on or before February 21, 2019:

  1. Letter of Intent
  2. Project Proposal following the PCHRD Detailed Proposal Form
  3. Workplan Schedule (Gantt Chart of Activities)
  4. Proposed Line-Item Budget (LIB)
  5. Informed Consent Form (for studies involving human subjects)
  6. Curriculum Vitae of lead proponent (Principal Investigator/Project Leader)
  7. Duties and Responsibilities of each project personnel
  8. Profile of the institution
  9. Endorsement of agency head

For queries, contact Ms. Gilmari Peach Mallorca at 651-7800 local 1326/1329 or Ms. Clarissa B. Reyes at (02) 837-2071 local 2138


The National Institutes of Health of the University of the Philippines Manila will celebrate its 21st anniversary on February 28, 2019 with the theme “Lab to Life: Translating Health Research for Filipinos” at the Bayanihan Center, Pioneer St., Pasig. The conference aims to bridge the gap between research and the community with the intent of bringing together experts from the national academic and research community and the industry.

Registration Fee:

Student - 400
Early bird - 300

Gov't Employee -1,000
Early bird- 800

Private Sector - 1,500
Early bird - 1,200

Early bird February 1, 2019

To register, visit: http://bit.ly/21stNIHAnniversary

The program of the said event will feature speakers from the World Intellectual Property Organization, Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines, and Department of Science and Technology. It will also highlight guide in seeking protection and partnerships and Future technologies to look forward to. 

The ASEAN Secretariat is looking for suitable candidates to fill the various positions listed below:

Position

Deadline of Application

Director, Political & Security Directorate

18 January 2019

Assistant Director Competition, Consumer Protection & IPR Division

6 January 2019

Assistant Director Finance Integration Division

4 January 2018

Assistant Director ICT & Tourism Division

13 January 2019

Assistant Director Energy & Minerals

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Executive Support Division

13 January 2019

Senior Officer IAI & NDG Division

31 December 2018

Senior Officer Services

4 January 2019

Senior Officer Minerals

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Maritime Transport

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Science & Technology Division

13 January 2019

 Senior Officer Trade Facilitation Division

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Tourism

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance Division

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Poverty Eradication and Gender Division

13 January 2019

Senior Officer Conference Services, Protocol & Formalities Division

13 January 2019

 

For reference and further information on the vacancies, visit http://www.asean.org/opportunities/vacancies-asec