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Progress & Report Submission

We are committed to tracking the impact that Diabetes Canada-funded researchers are making on diabetes research in Canada. All funded researchers are required to submit annual progress reports and a final report at the end of their grant. These reports provide Diabetes Canada with information that can be used to help disseminate research outcomes and successes to our network of wide-reaching audiences.

Submission expectations

For ease of use, all progress reports must be submitted online.

Failure to submit these reports could jeopardize ongoing and future funding from Diabetes Canada.

Progress Reports for Personnel Awards

These are to be submitted on or before April 30 annually for the duration of the grant. These reports are intended to update Diabetes Canada staff (and the National Research Council as needed) on the progress of the research over the previous year of funding.

Progress Reports for all other grants

These are to be submitted every 12 months for the duration of the grant, commencing from the grant start date. These reports are intended to update Diabetes Canada staff (and the National Research Council as needed) on the progress of the research over the previous year of funding.

Submitting a final reports

These are to be submitted within six months of the end of funding.

NOTE: In addition to the progress or final report, all researchers are required to submit one copy of each publication (if any) resulting from this funding to research@diabetes.ca with the subject line Research Report Publications".

Five-Year Update Reports

These post-grant reports help track the impact of Diabetes Canada research funding on the landscape of diabetes research. These reports must be completed electronically and submitted five years after the end date of the award.

Submit a report

Complete the survey to submit your report to Diabetes Canada. This must be filled out and submitted electronically.

Submit your report

Contact us

If you have any questions regarding these reports, please contact us.

Research at Diabetes Canada

research@diabetes.ca