CIF is funded by external funds, department funds, and by income from offering trainings and seminars to Danish professionals. Find below an overview of the larger grants that the center has received since 2015.
August 2020-2023 The Independent Research Fund Denmark: Promoting Sensitivity in Center-based Childcare of 0-2 Year Old Children. DKK 2.879.674. PI Johanne Smith-Nielsen
2019-2021 The Independent Research Fund Denmark - Humanities (in Danish: Forskningsrådet for kultur og kommunikation, FKK): An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Pedagogues Promoting Positive Parenting in a Home-visiting Program in At-risk Families. DKK 5.903.070. PI Mette Skovgaard Væver
2019-2022 Nordea Foundation: Understanding your baby: testing a universal intervention. Supporting first time parents' resources. DKK 10.215.150. PI Mette Skovgaard Væver
2016-2020 Tryg Foundation: Who Benefits and How Does It Work? A process evaluation of moderators, mediators and implementation of an indicated parent program in Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project (CIMHP). DKK 3.758.000. PI Mette Skovgaard Væver
2015-2020 Tryg Foundation: Copenhagen Infant Mental Health Project (CIMHP): Effects of infant mental health screening and indicated prevention approaches: Evidence from a randomized controlled study. DKK 5.700.000. PI Mette Skovgaard Væver
2015-2021 LEGO Foundation: Play and Exploration in Early Childhood. DKK 3.300.000. Co-PI’s Mette Skovgaard Væver & Simo Køppe
2015-2016 EU FP7 Marie Curie Grant: Origins of attachment together with post.doc. Anne Tharner. DKK 1.600.000. PI Mette Skovgaard Væver
CIF has received funding for a new project
We are looking forward to start another exciting project in CIF where we collaborate with Danish municipalities and The Danish Evaluation Institute (EVA).
Assistant professor Johanne Smith-Nielsen has received funding from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to examine how to increase the quality of care amongst pedagogues in daycare.