Preparing a Clinical Practice Research Grant Proposal? Apply until June 4 for ASHA’s Clinical Practice Research Institute (CPRI), which supports the planning and preparation of federal grant proposals that focus on clinical practice research. There is no set location or date of participation. For selected applicants, CPRI will: Each participant is expected to submit a U.S. federal ... ASHA News
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Preparing a Clinical Practice Research Grant Proposal?
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ASHA News   |   May 01, 2018
Preparing a Clinical Practice Research Grant Proposal?
The ASHA Leader, May 2018, Vol. 23, 67. doi:10.1044/leader.AN4.23052018.67
The ASHA Leader, May 2018, Vol. 23, 67. doi:10.1044/leader.AN4.23052018.67
Apply until June 4 for ASHA’s Clinical Practice Research Institute (CPRI), which supports the planning and preparation of federal grant proposals that focus on clinical practice research.
There is no set location or date of participation. For selected applicants, CPRI will:
  • Help to identify consultants who would not be on the grant but who could help develop the proposal by providing expertise about relevant methodology or funding mechanisms.

  • Fund a grant preparation meeting with collaborators and/or consultants.

Each participant is expected to submit a U.S. federal research grant proposal within 12 months of participation.
To be eligible, applicants will have previously applied for federal research funding and are planning to prepare a grant application to support research in epidemiology, prevention, assessment, diagnosis, intervention, outcomes measurement, knowledge translation or implementation science in communication sciences and disorders.
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