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Call for Applications: Training Award in Substance Abuse and Addiction
Application deadline is May 31. Awards will be announced in June.
Funding period is July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine has partnered with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to fund two yearlong training awards of $22,000 each (including $2,000 for a mentor stipend) to support the development of expertise in substance abuse and addiction within academic family medicine. The goals of the NIDA-STFM Training Awards are to:
Promote knowledge of research-based substance abuse and addiction treatment within family medicine
Advance medical care for patients who are addicted to and/or abuse substances
Facilitate the academic growth, advanced education, and development of future researchers in drug abuse and addiction
Awardee(s) will conduct an original pilot/data-gathering study; present the results at the 2016 STFM Annual Spring Conference; and submit a manuscript for publication in a peer-reviewed journal.
This award is available to STFM-member residents or fellows at US residency programs (may join STFM in order to apply for the award). Awards are for investigations in the United States.
Recommended Topic Areas
For this award, STFM encourages clinically relevant applications with a focus on substance abuse and addiction.
Recommended topic areas include:
Implementing screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) for substance abuse and addiction
Use of health information technology to ensure screening and intervention
Integration of diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up into patient-centered medical homes
Unique teaching methodologies to improve diagnosis and treatment in residency programs
Distribution of treatment responsibilities
Use of evisits and/or social media in the treatment of substance abuse and/or addiction
Community interventions to reduce the prevalence of drug abuse and/or addiction
Development and/or implementation of curricula for teaching diagnosis and treatment
Medical or mental health complications of substance abuse and/or addiction
Behavioral interventions for substance abuse and/or addictions
International Scholarships for Surgical Education
The American College of Surgeons Division of Education and International Relations Committee are pleased to announce two international scholarships focused on surgical education. These awards, in the amount of $10,000 each, provide young faculty members from countries other than the United States and Canada with the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational opportunities for faculty development and enhancement that will result in acquisition of new knowledge and skills in surgical education and training. This knowledge and these skills will be useful in improving surgical education and training at the scholar’s home institution and country.
The two scholars will participate in the Annual ACS Clinical Congress, including the course Surgical Education: Principals and Practice Course, as well as other plenary sessions and courses that address surgical education and training across the continuum of professional development. There may be a focus on the needs of practicing surgeons, surgery residents, medical students, and members of the surgical team, or on building knowledge and skills in evaluating and adopting new surgical technologies into surgical practice. Following the Clinical Congress, the scholars will visit appropriate Level I ACS accredited Education Institutes or similarly recognized and established centers with a plan of study and interaction tailored to their particular educationbased focus. These centers are typically located in large academic hospitals, which may also allow exposure to clinical areas of interest to the scholar. At the conclusion of the Clinical Congress and their visits to suitable institutions, each scholar will send to the International Relations Committee and to the Division of Education a brief report outlining the outcomes that have been achieved as a result of the scholarship, specifically focusing on achievement of the objectives outlined in their application for the scholarship. Evidence of support of the scholar’s objectives from the leadership at the home institution must be provided by the applicant and will be used as one of the criteria for selection of the scholar. The scholarship will facilitate involvement of the scholar in subsequent collaborative ventures in education and training under the aegis of the ACS Division of Education.
Each scholarship provides a stipend of $10,000, supporting travel and per diem in the U.S., and the cost of courses undertaken at the Clinical Congress and at the centers to be visited. Clinical Congress registration will be provided gratis, and assistance in reserving thrifty housing in the Clinical Congress city will also be provided. In 2014, the Clinical Congress city is San Francisco, California.
The scholarship requirements are:
• Applicants must be graduates of schools of medicine.
•Applicants must be at least 30 years old but under 45, on the date that the completed application is filed.
• Applicants must submit their applications from their intended permanent location.
• Applications will be accepted for processing only when the applicants have been in surgical practice and teaching for a minimum of five years following completion of all formal training (including fellowships and scholarships).
• Applicants must submit a fully completed application form provided by the College on its website. The application and accompanying materials must be typewritten and in English.
Submission of a curriculum vitae only is not acceptable.
• Applicants must submit independently prepared letters of recommendation from three (3) of their colleagues. One letter must be from the chair of the department in which they hold an academic appointment, and must provide evidence of support of the scholar’s objectives from the leadership at the home institution. Letters of recommendation should be submitted directly by the persons making the recommendations.
• The International Scholarships for Surgical Education must be used in the year for which they are designated. They cannot be postponed.
• Awardees are expected to provide a written report upon their return home, specifically focusing on the value of the visit to the awardee and the potential beneficial effect to patients in the country of origin.
• Unsuccessful applicants may reapply only twice and only by completing and submitting a current application form provided by the College, together with new supporting documentation.
In order to qualify for the consideration by the selection committee, all of the requirements must be fulfilled. All applications and all of the supporting documentation must be received at the office of the International Liaison no later than May 1, 2014, for attendance at Clinical Congress 2014.
Supporting materials and questions should be directed to:
International Liaison Section
American College of Surgeons
633 N. Saint Clair St.
Chicago, IL 60611-3211
American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Critical Care Small Grant Funding Program
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Critical Care (SOCC) offers small grants to young investigators for projects devoted to:
Education in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Outcomes of quality and safety initiatives in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
Fellows or junior faculty (5 years or less after completion of fellowship).
Applicants need to be an AAP Section on Critical Care Member at the time of submission to apply for membership.
up to $3000 for one year
cannot be used to provide salary support for investigator
no indirect costs
travel expenses are allowed but only for travel to present results at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition (NCE)
awardees are not eligible for other AAP SOCC awards
Are the objectives innovative/creative?
Does this study address an important issue?
How will patient care of medical education be advanced?
Are the design and analyses appropriate to the aims of the project?
Are there potential problems that have not been considered?
Is the amount of proposed work realistic within the project period?
Are adequate resources available to complete the project?
Does the investigator have the appropriate training/mentorship to perform this study?
Application deadline April 18, 2014
Funding to start July 1, 2014
Grant awardees are required to present results of their project at AAP NCE the year following receipt of funds.
Feedback from reviewers will be provided to all applicants.
A completed applicant information form
Grant application (Arial, 11 point, single spaced, 1 inch margins)
Narrative Research Proposal (3 pages maximum)
Brief abstract of no more than 250 words
Research plan (background,hypothesis and specific aim(s), succinct description of methods including design, subjects evaluated, procedure, measures/outcomes, power analysis (if applicable) and statistical analysis
Justification for funds (for what will they be used,why are they needed for the project)
Availability of resources necessary to complete the study
Statement of Investigator (who will serve as mentor, how this will advance the investigator’s career)
Bibliographic Reference list
Documentation of Human Subjects approval or exemption or evidence of submission
A letter from the mentor in support of the project. If the applicant is a trainee, a letter of support from the Program Director is also required.
The complete application information form including all the supporting documents, should be submitted electronically to Richard Mink, MD, MACM by e-mailing it, on or before the application deadline. For questions, please contact Dr Mink at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (310) 222-4002.
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Foundation Institutional Research Training Grant
Deadline: August 1, 2014
All applications must be submitted electronically to email@example.com, including letters of recommendation. All applications must be received on the due date by 5pm (Central time). If electronic signatures are not available please submit the application and letters of recommendation (if applicable) electronically without signatures.
Applications must be in a single file (PDF format only) and attached to an email. The subject line of the email should indicate the grant for which the applicant is applying.
The Institutional Research Training Grant is intended to identify, develop, and fund promising institutions dedicated to providing high quality training to research fellows in emergency medicine. Its specific goals are:
To increase the number of emergency medicine investigators with training in research.
To develop and support programs that can serve as advanced research training sites for emergency medicine graduates who wish to pursue a career that involves research.
To establish a culture supporting advanced research training within the department of emergency medicine.
To enhance the academic development and productivity of the specialty of Emergency Medicine.
Duration of The Award
The award is for two years (July 1 - June 30).
The applicant for the award will be the institution not the trainee. The institution should host or be affiliated with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine. It will be expected that the faculty member overseeing the grant will be an active member of SAEM for greater than 12 months at the time of the grant application deadline and hold a primary academic appointment in emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine within the institution during the entire duration of the grant. The grant will not be transferable to another mentor or another institution.
Previous institutions that have received the Institutional Research Training Grant are not eligible to receive this grant again. Institutions that have received the SAEMF IRTG are as follows:
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Oregon Health Sciences
Rhode Island Hospital (Brown University)
The Ohio State University
University of California Davis
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh
University of Rochester Medical Center
Departments outside the United States are eligible. The Department must be able to demonstrate a track record of academic excellence and a commitment to the support of research and research training. The Department must also demonstrate that it has the infrastructure (space and interdepartmental affiliations) in place to provide an appropriate training environment (funds from the award may be used to develop and enrich this infrastructure).
The Training Site
The primary training site should be an academic department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine. Any appropriate site would be expected to have access and facilities for training similar to those outlined in the NIH guidelines for clinical research training (http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-OD-00-002.html). For example, affiliations with departments or universities offering advanced degrees and training in research methodology are strongly encouraged.
The success of this training award is highly dependent upon mentorship. The mentor(s) should be well-established and have 1) mentoring experience with former trainees having productive scientific careers, 2) expertise in the proposed area of research, and 3) expertise in research methodology. The mentor(s) must commit the necessary time to provide both specific and general research training for the trainee, supervise the trainee’s research project, and provide the necessary equipment and resources to carry out the research project. The identified mentor(s) must therefore be able and willing to oversee the training program and to meet frequently with the trainee and ensure the goals of the training program are met.
The mentor(s) will be responsible for selecting the fellow into the program, supervising the fellow's research project, and ensuring completion of the training program and a research project in the two-year period of the grant. The primary mentor (named PI on the grant application) must be an active member of SAEM for at least 12 months prior to the application date and hold an academic appointment in emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine within the institution during the entire duration of the grant. Secondary mentors outside emergency medicine who can add to the research training program are encouraged.
The research fellow must:
Have an advanced degree (e.g., MD, DO, PhD, PharmD, DSc or equivalent);
Hold a university appointment in or be actively involved with a department or division of emergency medicine or pediatric emergency medicine.
Be an SAEM member.
Limit non-research related obligations to a maximum of 12 hours per week, including all clinical, administrative, and teaching activities. This is a strict limitation that the mentor and chair must ensure and certify.
Be considered as junior faculty. Moonlighting is strongly discouraged to ensure dedication to the training program. A competitive salary from clinical revenue and grant funds is encouraged.
The award is otherwise not contingent on the fellow, and the applicant does not need to have a specific fellow identified or recruited for the fellowship at the time of application. The institution will be responsible for selecting an appropriate fellow.
The Financial Award
The Institutional Research Training Grant will provide a total of up to $100,000 for two years (up to $50,000 per year), commencing when the fellow is selected and begins. Applicants must submit a detailed budget and budget justification. Funds must be used for salary, training, or related infrastructure needs to meet the training goals stated in the grant.
After being notified by SAEMF, the institution will have two years to notify SAEMF of an appropriate candidate for the SAEMF IRTG fellowship and 3.25 years for a fellow to begin his / her program. The funding will start from the day the fellow starts at the institution.
If a fellow cannot be identified within 2 years of being awarded the IRTG, or cannot start within 3.25 years of the Grant Agreement, then the Institution may submit a written request for a one year extension to the SAEM Grants Committee. If the request is denied, then the grant may be rescinded.
Funds for the second training year will be made available to the host institution only upon submission of a progress report that is judged by the SAEM Grants Committee to demonstrate satisfactory accomplishment in the first year of the grant period. Failure to meet the award guidelines or inability of the candidate to complete the term of the award shall result in the return of residual funds to SAEMF.
The number of awards granted annually will depend on the quality of applications and status of endowment funds. SAEMF grants are contingent upon the amount of available funds from the SAEM Foundation. SAEMF may discontinue, postpone, or alternate grant funding mechanisms based on the amount of funds available.
Recipients are not eligible to receive a second SAEMF award during the first grant period. Award extensions may be made at the discretion of the Grants Committee under certain circumstances. Award extensions will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
Projects are expected to be submitted as abstracts to the SAEM Annual Meeting when completed.
A progress report is due at 12 months and 24 months from the start of the grant period. The progress report template can be downloaded at www.saem.org.
Grant Review Process
The Grants Committee is responsible for the review of all applications, and will make recommendations to the SAEM Board of Directors regarding recipients. A scoring system considering the qualifications of the mentor, past record of achievement of the mentor and department, institutional environment, institutional commitment, and overall curriculum will be assessed with the goal of funding institutions with the highest likelihood of training independently-funded scientists in emergency medicine. An Institutional Research Training Grant will be awarded only if an applicant suitable and worth of the award is submitted for review.
Please contact the Grants Committee Chair with any questions.
Society for Academic Emergency Medicine Foundation Education Research Grant
All applications must be submitted electronically to including letters of recommendation. All applications must be received on the due date by 5pm Central Standard Time (6pm EST, 4pm MST, 3pm PST). If electronic signatures are not available please submit the application and letters of recommendation electronically without signatures. Applications must be in a single file (PDF format only) and attached to an email. The subject line of the email should indicate the grant for which the applicant is applying.
Purpose of the Award
The SAEMF Education Research Grant strives to foster education research in emergency medicine at faculty, fellow, resident and medical student level learners. The mission of the grant is to provide support for a medical education research project. The education research project should be innovative and generalizable to educators within SAEMF. The project outcome should be measurable, reproducible, and suitable for dissemination to the SAEM membership. The outcome should be clinically relevant and, whenever possible, should be compared to an existing gold standard educational measurement. If no clear gold standard exists, emphasis should be placed on correlation of findings with an objective and clinically/educationally relevant outcome. Both qualitative and quantitative projects are encouraged.
We specifically encourage innovative projects involving the practice of emergency medicine that:
assess competency at any level of medical education (UME, GME, CME), including Milestones
assess cognitive processes, such as diagnostic reasoning
evaluate instructional methods
evaluate outcomes of educational programs, including faculty development programs
study the education workforce and career satisfaction
study novel job description models for an education scholar
evaluate inter-professional educational programs
explore use of technology for teaching knowledge, skills, or cognitive processes
study educational formats best suited to specific types of EM knowledge acquisition
provide evidence for best practices in simulation training
Special consideration will be given to applicants with a clearly articulated long-term plan for a career in EM education research and to projects that may lead to grant-funded educational research.
Duration of the Award
The award is for one year (July 1-June 30).
The Applicant (Project PI)
The applicant must:
Be an SAEM member during the award period. Faculty applicants who are two (2) or more years post-training must be an SAEM member for more than 12 months at the time of the application deadline in order to apply for the award.
Previous Education Research Grant recipients are not eligible to receive this grant again.
The institution must provide adequate administrative and clerical support for the project, including, but not limited to, office space, administrative support, and information systems. Ideally, there should be an accredited emergency medicine residency program at the host institution. The institution must demonstrate the availability of faculty, fellow, resident and /or medical student teaching opportunities for the project. The applicant may work clinically at an institution other than the institution at which the project will be conducted but must have an academic appointment at the named institution.
THE FINANCIAL AWARD
The Education Research Grant will provide up to $10,000 (unless there is such a rare circumstance that no funds are available). Applicants must submit a detailed budget and budget justification. Funds may only be used for salary or direct costs related to the project. Indirect costs and travel expenses will not be supported. No additional costs will be supported by SAEMF; these costs are the responsibility of the sponsoring institution. Failure to meet the award guidelines or inability of the candidate to complete the term of the award shall result in the return of residual funds to SAEMF.
For projects requiring IRB approval, funds will not be dispersed until IRB approval is successfully obtained. Award extensions may be made at the discretion of the Grants Committee under certain circumstances. Award extensions will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
A progress report is due at 5 months (December 1) from the start of the grant period. A final project report will be due at 11 months (June 1), and a final financial report will be due at the close of the grant. Report templates can be downloaded at Post Award.
At the end of the grant year, the applicant is expected to provide SAEMF with a portfolio outlining the work completed during the education research project. Successful project completion will also be demonstrated by at least one of the following: (1) submission of an Innovations presentation (formerly Innovations in Emergency Medical Education); (2) a research abstract submitted to SAEMF or another national academic meeting; or (3) a manuscript submitted to a peer-reviewed publication.
GRANT REVIEW PROCESS
The SAEM Grants Committee reviews all applications and makes recommendations to the SAEM Board of Directors regarding recipients. A scoring system considering the qualifications of the applicant, the research proposal, and the institution is used with the goal of funding applicants with the highest likelihood of successfully completing an innovative, impactful education research project. An Education Research Grant will be awarded only if a project is deemed suitable and worthy of the award.
Call for Nominations: Kavoussi Family Outstanding Teacher Award
The Kavoussi Family Outstanding Teacher Award honors an ASRM member who is recognized as an outstanding educator in undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, professional or patient education in the area of basic and/or clinical reproductive biology and medicine. The Award is made possible through an educational endowment from K.M. Kavoussi, M.D., Shahryar Kavoussi, M.D., Parviz Kavoussi, M.D., Mahryar Kavoussi, J.D., and Austin Fertility & Reproductive Medicine/Westlake IVF.
Nominations may be submitted to Andrew R. La Barbera, Ph.D., ASRM Chief Scientific Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org by members of the Society before June 1, 2014.
Each nomination must include a letter of nomination, the nominee’s curriculum vitae, bibliography and summary of educational accomplishments and awards in the field of reproductive medicine and biology. Each nomination must be accompanied by letters of support from at least two additional members of the Society. ASRM members may nominate themselves. Candidates must have been a member of ASRM for at least one year prior to nomination for the Award. Selection of the Award recipient is made by the Executive Committee of the ASRM and is based primarily on the candidate’s record of achievement and recognition as an outstanding teacher and mentor at the institutional, local, regional, national or international level. Sustained achievement in the fields of professional, scientific and/or patient education is an important consideration in selection for the award. The recipient will be notified by August 1st.
The recipient will be recognized as the recipient of the Kavoussi Family Outstanding Teacher Award by presentation of a plaque at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Society in Honolulu, Hawaii. In addition, the recipient will be provided with free registration for the Annual Meeting Scientific Program, roundtrip economy coach airfare, and up to $800 for two days accommodations in the ASRM hotel room block, meals and ground transportation.
Call for Nominations: William A. Hinton Research Training Award
Honors outstanding contributions toward fostering the research training of underrepresented minorities in microbiology. It is given in memory of William A. Hinton, a physician-research scientist and one of the first African-Americans to join the ASM.
The nominee must contribute to the research training of undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows or health professional students and efforts leading to the increased participation of underrepresented minorities in microbiology.
A cash prize of $2,500, a commemorative piece, and travel to the ASM General Meeting.
Deadline: July 1.
Nominations will be considered without updating for three years. Self-nominations and more than one nomination per nominee will not be accepted. Only one nominating form and two supporting forms are accepted per nomination. The two supporters must be persons other than the nominator who are familiar with the nominee's qualifications and accomplishments. Only one of the three individuals involved in the nomination may be employed at the nominee's institution. The nominator and supporters must not share employers.
Nominations must consist of the following:
Curriculum vitae, including a list of publications, emailed to email@example.com
ASM awards are granted at the discretion of award selection committees and may not be awarded every year.
Call for Nominations: American Society for Microbiology Graduate Microbiology Teaching Award
Honors exemplary teaching and recognizes an individual for distinguished teaching of microbiology and mentoring of students at the graduate and postgraduate levels (e.g., graduate school, medical school, or other health professional schools) and for encouraging students to subsequent achievement.
The nominee must be currently teaching microbiology in a recognized college or university, with a substantial portion of his or her time during the past five years devoted to teaching graduate students in microbiology, and a minimum of 10 years total teaching experience. The nominee may have engaged in research or other concerns, provided that teaching graduate students remained a substantial activity.
A cash prize of $2,500, a commemorative piece, and travel to the ASM General Meeting.
Deadline: July 1.
Curriculum vitae, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
ASM awards are granted at the discretion of award selection committees and may not be awarded every year.
Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education
DEADLINE-2015: June 30, 2014
The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education recognizes a teaching program that demonstrates innovation in psychiatric education. The Award consists of a grant and a certificate. One representative from the program receives travel, hotel, and free registration at the Annual Meeting.
The Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education is open to any creative/innovative program for psychiatric education that has been in operation for at least two years, and has been a part of a U.S. or Canadian approved psychiatric residency training program. Trainees may include: medical students, residents, other physicians, allied mental health professionals, or members of the community.
The Committee selects an awardee in the fall; all applicants are notified of the Committee's decision by November 15.
Method of Application
Applicants must submit a completed Application Form and any related documentation (total submission not to exceed 40 pages) by June 30, to:
Chair, Committee on the Award for Creativity in Psychiatric Education
The American College of Psychiatrists
122 S. Michigan Ave., Suite 1360
Chicago, IL 60603
You may also e-mail an electronic copy to Craig@ACPsych.org
Call for Applications: Lippincott Williams Wilkins/American Association of Anatomists Education Research Scholarship
Application deadline: October 15
Award Presented: April for Fall semester
The Lippincott Williams Wilkins/AAA Education Research Scholarship is intended to support an AAA member who is a graduate student in a mentored project, or a postdoctoral fellow or junior faculty member (rank no higher than assistant professor) who wishes to develop a project that shows promise as a model for improving the quality of teaching and learning in anatomical education. It is anticipated that the proposed project will help foster a learning environment for students that is characterized by creativity, originality, and rigor. The scholarship consists of $5,000 provided by LWW, plus travel support and registration fee to the next appropriate AAA Annual Meeting, provided by AAA.
Applicants must be AAA members for the year in which they apply and through the completion of their scholarship project and presentation at the AAA Annual Meeting
TYPES OF PROJECTS
An annual LWW/AAA Education Research Scholarship will be awarded in curricular innovation in the anatomical disciplines.
The LWW/AAA Education Research Scholarship competition is intended to support innovative projects that hold promise as models for the resolution of important issues and problems in anatomical education and represent new and creative approaches to teaching and learning.
• The scholarship may be in support of any anatomical discipline or program.
• The scholarship is intended to support practical initiatives and assist in evaluation of the results to determine effective outcomes.
• It is intended to encourage projects that show innovation and creativity in design. The LWW/AAA Scholarship will be awarded to individuals who submit proposals that offer new ideas, practices, and approaches. The project needs to be well justified, carefully designed, responsibly managed, and include an assessment strategy that can effectively evaluate the success of the project.
• It is expected that the successful candidate will disseminate proven innovations developed during the tenure of the LWW/AAA Education Research Scholarship to others through publication in appropriate journals and/or national or international medical education presentations.
Priority will be given to applications that demonstrate innovation in design and measurement of outcomes. While a well-planned evaluation component with measurable outcomes is acceptable, successful applicants will also include a description of the ongoing/formative assessments that will guide the development of the project. Two priorities are listed below, although proposals that focus on any area of anatomical education are encouraged:
1. Curriculum Development. Faculty who receive support for a project in the area of curriculum development in education will be expected to include assessment of student performance and evaluation of program effectiveness in the proposal. Examples might include:
• Use of electronic media to enhance human dissection experiences in the anatomy laboratory.
• Integration of histopathology and histology in a modular systems-based curriculum.
2. Student Assessment. The assessment of students at multiple levels of learning is an area of emphasis. Examples of assessment projects include:
• Projects related to clinical-based exercises in the anatomical disciplines that encourage the development and measurement of clinical reasoning.
• Development and implementation of performance-based assessment that evaluates integration of anatomical knowledge, clinical skills, and communication skills.
• Evaluation of innovative approaches to the human anatomy laboratory experience.
• Development of high quality, reliable assessments of anatomical knowledge.
For further information or clarification regarding the process or the forms, you may contact:
LWW/AAA Education Research Scholarship