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The Donaghue Foundation
06/24/20 5:00 PM EST
Grants to USA researchers for projects to benefit the elderly in long-term residential facilities. A letter of intent must be submitted prior to the full application. Funding is intended to support research studies that can improve the care and the quality of life for seniors in nursing homes, assisted living, and other congregate care facilities.
Two key requirements of the Another Look grant program: Researchers must use existing datasets for the research being conducted and must include stakeholders from clinical, programmatic or policy arenas on the project team to help inform the research. The Another Look grant program will now allow researchers to allocate some grant funds to the collection of new data if it will enhance the utility of the project outcomes for improving the quality of care. Applicants will be asked to provide more extensive information on the role of the stakeholders with whom they will be collaborating on the project.
Researchers applying for this grant must include a stakeholder in the care delivery or policy arena with whom they will collaborate and who is willing to work with the researcher to develop products such as infographics, tool kits, or training materials that are based on the research findings and could be used by those stakeholders to improve the quality of care or the quality of life for residents in long term care.
The Foundation welcomes all topics related to improving the quality in long term care facilities but is particularly interested in supporting research focused on high priority issues that were identified through an environmental scan recently conducted by the Foundation. These high priority topics are:
Grantees may use this award to augment funding for a project already funded through another grant.
GrantWatch ID#: 167815
The Foundation expects to make four or five awards.
Projects may be up to two years in length.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Stacy Cloud, Grants Administrator
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