Transforming Self Management in Scotland Fund
The refreshed Self Management Fund, The Transforming Self Management in Scotland Fund, is currently closed to applications.The Scottish Government has committed £2m annnually for this new three year phase of the Fund to run from April 2016 - March 2019.
A total of £1,220,782.54 for year one has been allocated of the Transforming Self Management in Scotland Fund to the 38 organisations (those who had successful applications for 5 years funding have 3 years funding guaranteed). A full list of funded projects can be found here.
The Grant Allocation Panel is made up of 13 individuals who work together to assess applications and agree funding allocations are made up of people from the following areas:
- University of Glasgow
- Health and Social Care Alliance board members
- A range of third sector organisations
- Digital Health Institute
- People with lived experience
Report from Self Management IMPACT Fund Launched
The final report from the Self Management IMPACT Fund, Transforming the IMPACT: A report from the Self Management IMPACT Fund 2013-2016, has been launched. The report focusses on the learning gathered from the Self Management IMPACT Fund and highlights the experience of 12 of the organisations funded through this stream. The report also highlights the main thematic areas highlighted by the learning generated by the 95 funded projects across the three years of the Fund.
A PDF copy of the report can be downloaded here.
An accessible microsoft word format of the report can be downloaded here
Hard copies of the report are available on request, please contact our Grants and Impact Officer, Emma Goodlad if you would like a hard copy.