The Registry

The Philippine Health Research Registry (PHRR) http://registry.healthresearch.ph, is a publicly-available database of newly-approved health researches from 2012 onwards. It is different from HERDIN, another PCHRD-developed database, as HERDIN is a compilation of all completed researches.

Account Application Process

Organizations and researchers must first request for an account by writing a letter addressed to Dr. Jaime C. Montoya, Executive Director, PCHRD. The letter should be signed either by the head of office or the Director for Research of the Institution. The letter should specify the following:

1.    name of person who will be authorized to input to the database;
2.    email address; and
3.   title/s of approved research projects and the Implementing Agency or scanned letter of approval to conduct clinical trial issued by FDA/ERB.

PCHRD will send a temporary password to the nominated email address, which will also be used as the user name. Once, logged-in, the account holder has the option to change his/her password.

If an account holder forgets his/her password, click on the “Forgot your password/username?” link on the Account page at registry.healthresearch.ph and we will email instructions on how to regain access to your account.

Uploading to the Registry

To upload research information to the registry, log in using your email address as user name and the password assigned to you (or your nominated password, if you have changed the temporary password in the account page). Once logged-in, click on “My Researches” to add new research studies.

Once the required entries are completed, click on the “Register” button on the “My Researches” page, and your entry will be automatically emailed to the Registry Officer for checking. You will be notified if your uploaded researches are already registered. Once, registered, research studies cannot be deleted. It can, however, be edited, for updating purposes.

It is important that research topics be uploaded to the registry only once. Hence, institutions are encouraged to have an internal policy on whether each researcher will upload his/her own study or allow the Research Unit of the Institution to upload all the researches of the Institution.

For clinical trials, sponsors and investigators should agree on who should take the responsibility to register the trials, especially for multi-site and multi-sponsor trials. It is recommended that whoever is responsible in securing registration of the trial with FDA be the one to upload the trial in PHRR.

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HERDIN plus

  • An online portal that provides easy management and access to health research and related information

 

It features:

  • a system that provides single entrance for the viewing, submission, updating, and managing of health research information
  • a tool to streamline health data collection to support policy and decision making of Health Research Stakeholders

 

Origins and Future of HERDIN plus

  • The HERDIN plus was developed by the PCHRD in response to the requirement of the PNHRS. It integrates the following Health Information Systems for real time report generation and data driven decision making:

           - Project Management System (PMS)

           - Philippine Health Research Registry (PHRR)

           - Health Research and Development Information Network (HERDIN)

  • Reports generated from the HERDIN plus will be the bases for assessing the health of the PNHRS

 

 

 

 

The Registry


The Philippine Health Research Registry (PHRR) http://registry.healthresearch.ph, is a publicly-available database of newly-approved health researches from 2012 onwards. It is different from HERDIN, another PCHRD-developed database, as HERDIN is a compilation of all completed researches.


Account Application Process


Organizations and researchers must first request for an account by writing a letter addressed to Dr. Jaime C. Montoya, Executive Director, PCHRD. The letter should be signed either by the head of office or the Director for Research of the Institution. The letter should specify the following:


1.    name of person who will be authorized to input to the database;
2.    email address; and
3.   title/s of approved research projects and the Implementing Agency or scanned letter of approval to conduct clinical trial issued by FDA/ERB.

PCHRD will send a temporary password to the nominated email address, which will also be used as the user name. Once, logged-in, the account holder has the option to change his/her password.

If an account holder forgets his/her password, click on the “Forgot your password/username?” link on the Account page at registry.healthresearch.ph and we will email instructions on how to regain access to your account.

Uploading to the Registry



To upload research information to the registry, log in using your email address as user name and the password assigned to you (or your nominated password, if you have changed the temporary password in the account page). Once logged-in, click on “My Researches” to add new research studies.

Once the required entries are completed, click on the “Register” button on the “My Researches” page, and your entry will be automatically emailed to the Registry Officer for checking. You will be notified if your uploaded researches are already registered. Once, registered, research studies cannot be deleted. It can, however, be edited, for updating purposes.

It is important that research topics be uploaded to the registry only once. Hence, institutions are encouraged to have an internal policy on whether each researcher will upload his/her own study or allow the Research Unit of the Institution to upload all the researches of the Institution.

For clinical trials, sponsors and investigators should agree on who should take the responsibility to register the trials, especially for multi-site and multi-sponsor trials. It is recommended that whoever is responsible in securing registration of the trial with FDA be the one to upload the trial in PHRR.

Questions? Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Welcome to PCHRD Project Management System

Project Management System (PMS) is an online submission, review, approval and monitoring platform for health research proposals/projects.

Applicants interested to apply for research grant may submit proposals through the system.

Please register/create an account as a Proponent and start submitting your proposal.

 


PCHRD Research Grant

PCHRD funds research proposals that are aligned with the research priority topics under the National Unified Health Research Agenda (NUHRA). NUHRA guides the health research sector on the health researches that address the most pressing health concerns of the country. NUHRA specifies the areas and topics that need to be addressed in the next five years, in line with global and national initiatives influencing the health sector.

What proposals may qualify
PCHRD supports research initiatives under the Global Competitiveness and Innovation in Health priority of NUHRA. This includes studies on:

A. Diagnostics
B. Tuklas Lunas (Drug Discovery and Development)
C. Functional Foods
D. Hospital Equipment and Biomedical Devices
E. Information and Communication Technology for Health
F. Dengue and other Arboviruses
G. Disaster Risk Reduction
H. Climate Change Adaptation
I. OMIC Technologies for Health (Platform Technology Across Research Priorities) .

Who may apply
Filipinos with at least a Master’s Degree in a relevant field, have proven research competence/track record, and employed in universities/colleges, research agencies/institutes, hospitals, and other health related agencies are eligible to apply for the research grant.

Requirement(s)

The proponent should submit the following requirements online through the PCHRD Project Management System:

  • Letter of Request/Intent address to:
    The Executive Director
    Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
    Department of Science and Technology
    Saliksik Bldg.
    Gen. Santos Avenue
    Bicutan, Taguig City, Metro Manila
  • Project Proposal following the PCHRD Detailed Proposal Form
  • Endorsement of Agency Head
  • Workplan Schedule (Ghantt Chart of Activities)
  • Proposed Line-Item Budget (LIB)
  • Counterpart Funding of Implementing Agency
  • Curriculum Vitae of Proponent(s)
  • Duties and Responsibilities of each Project Personnel
  • Biosafety Clearance, if applicable
  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Clearance, if applicable
  • Ethics Clearance (for studies involving human subjects)
  • Informed Consent Form
  • Case Report Form, if applicable

Regional Research Fund

Regional Research Fund (RRF) is viewed as a way to encourage beginning researchers to be actively involved in health research activities without having to compete with more experienced researchers. These RRF projects are intended to build up the capabilities of individual reserachers in designing, implementing and managing health research projects.

What proposals may qualify
Research proposals that will be reviewed by the RHRDC and PCHRD are those which address priority health problems/issues identified in the Regional Unified Health Research Agenda (RUHRA) and/or National Unified Health Research Agenda (NUHRA) of the Philippine National Health Research System (PNHRS). The proposals should also have a budgetary requirement not exceeding FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND PESOS (P500,000.00), and have a duration of six months to one-year.

Who may apply
Regular staff and faculty members of research institutes, medical and paramedical schools, hospitals and other health related agencies may submit proposals to the RHRDC, properly endorsed by the head of the agency. Likewise, medical residents of hospitals may submit proposals provided that he or she will be working under the supervision of a more experienced researcher affiliated in the same institution.

Requirement(s)

The proponent should submit the following requirements online through the PCHRD Project Management System:

  • Letter of Request/Intent address to:
    The Executive Director
    Philippine Council for Health Research and Development
    Department of Science and Technology
    Saliksik Bldg.
    Gen. Santos Avenue
    Bicutan, Taguig City, Metro Manila
  • Endorsement from the Region
  • Project Proposal following the PCHRD Detailed Proposal Form
  • Workplan Schedule (Ghantt Chart of Activities)
  • Proposed Line-Item Budget (LIB)
  • Curriculum Vitae of Proponent(s)
  • Duties and Responsibilities of each Project Personnel
  • Biosafety Clearance, if applicable
  • Institutional Animal Care and Use Clearance, if applicable
  • Ethics Clearance (for studies involving human subjects)
  • Informed Consent Form
  • Case Report Form, if applicable

Support to Research Dissemination

The Research Information, Communication, and Utilization Division of PCHRD supports projects and activities on research dissemination, including, but not limited to support to publication, paper presentation, and events.

Eligibility

The program will provide financial assistance to all Filipino health researchers who intends to get their results of research communicated to the public and target stakeholders. The topic should be aligned with the National Unified Health Research Agenda 2017-2022.

 

Support to Publication

Researches, either funded or not by the Council, which are accepted for publication in local or international peer-reviewed journals may request for publication support.

How to apply

The proponent should submit the following requirements online through the PCHRD Project Management System:

• Proof that the journal article is accepted for publication
• Copy of the article accepted for publication
• A document that the journal is not a predatory journal
Line-Item Budget
• Letter of request addressed to the PCHRD Executive Director

PCHRD also gives financial assistance to Filipino researchers who would like to print their monographs or books which are in line with the National Unified Health Research Agenda (NUHRA).

 

Support to Paper Presentation

Only researches funded by the Council which are accepted for oral presentation in local or international conferences can request for travel support.

How to apply

The proponent should submit the following requirements online through the PCHRD Project Management System:

• Letter from the organizing committee that the research is accepted for oral presentation
Line-Item Budget
• Letter of request addressed to the PCHRD Executive Director

 

Support to Scientific Event

Health Research Institutions and State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) which organize seminars, conferences, fora, and workshops for the dissemination of health researches aligned to the NUHRA may seek financial support.

How to apply

The proponent should submit the following requirements online through the PCHRD Project Management System:

• Program of Activities
Line-Item Budget
• Letter of request addressed to the PCHRD Executive Director


 

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