Call for CRIR Projects: Knowledge Mobilization Grant | 2024

The Scientific Direction of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Rehabilitation of Greater Montreal (CRIR) is pleased to announce that, for the second year in a row, it is launching a call for projects to support knowledge mobilization. This budgetary envelope will support up to five (5) projects to the amount of $5,000 each.


By promoting the translation of research results into concrete positive impacts on the field, this grant is in line with Orientation 4 of CRIR’s 2022-2028 Development Plan –  “Advance Knowledge Mobilization Science and its Application”.

To submit an application, please review the instructions:

  • Applications must be submitted by 11:59 pm on April 21, 2024 by email to
  • Successful projects will be funded up to $5,000 each.
  • See the call for projects below.


If you have any questions, please contact Claudia Bojanowski at


Looking forward to reading your projects!

Philippe Archambault, Ph.D.  et  Claudine Auger, Ph.D.  

CRIR Scientific Direction





Instructions for application

Who can submit an application?

  • Each project must be submitted by at least one CRIR regular researcher (at least 50% of his/her research time at CRIR).
  • Maximum of one (1) application per CRIR regular researcher (as principal applicant).

What projects are eligible?

Inclusion criteria:

  • The term knowledge mobilization “project” refers to a set of activities and / or deliverables designed to promote the use of knowledge by target audiences.

Knowledge mobilization projects must:

  • Address a rehabilitation theme (Axis 1 or 2).
  • Result from a research project that has been completed or is in the process of being completed (the knowledge to be transferred must have been defined).

Examples of activities and deliverables that can be funded: fact sheet, toolkit, guidebook, video capsules to raise awareness, website for the general public, training, workshops, writing open letter or briefs addressed to the general public or decision-makers, etc.


The grant cannot be used to conduct a research project, an intervention or a program evaluation; to cover operational costs; to pay for a researcher’s website; conferences, events or publications intended primarily for the scientific community; to directly support academic teaching.

Grant value

  • Maximum $5,000 per selected project.


  • The project must be completed within the year following the awarding of the grant.

How to submit an application?

Send the completed form by email to

Important dates

  • Deadline for application: April 21, 2024, before 11:59 pm
  • Announcement of results: early May 2024.


Selection criteria

The applications will be assessed based on the following criteria:

  • Alignment of the knowledge mobilization project with the needs of the target audience(s).
  • Project scope.
  • Efforts and strategies to make knowledge accessible to the target audience.
  • Feasibility of the project:
    • Realistic timeline for completion.
    • Accuracy of budget estimate (e.g., budget based on a quote).
  • Potential for sustainability of project results (impact).


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