Long-Term Effects of Disasters on Health Care Systems Serving Health Disparity Populations (R01- Clinical Trial Optional)
This program provides grants for research focused on understanding the long-term effects of natural and/or human-made disasters on healthcare systems serving health disparity populations.
Health disparity populations include:
- Racial and ethnic minorities (Blacks/African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Asians, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders)
- Sexual and gender minorities
- Socioeconomically disadvantaged populations
- Underserved rural populations
Examples of research methods include, but are not limited to:
- Use of large-scale longitudinal data sets, data mining techniques, and integration of quantitative and qualitative techniques to assess trends and projections on healthcare needs, access, delivery and utilization of healthcare services, patient population health profiles, disparities, or healthcare workforce
- Decision science modeling and analyses of post-disaster recovery population demographics, social determinants of health, healthcare needs, access and utilization of healthcare services, and workforce trends
- Retrospective and prospective analyses of healthcare needs, healthcare disparities, and/or health outcomes related to strategies implemented by public health entities, healthcare facilities, schools, or academic institutions during and after the disaster(s)
- Retrospective analyses of the impact of policies on healthcare access and utilization and continuity of care before, during and after the event(s)
- Participatory engagement of stakeholders in the formulation of the research and to the extent necessary, in the implementation of the research
- Subpopulation analyses to assess differences or similarities in the impact of these events on healthcare needs or to determine which interventions work best for specific population groups
- Multi-level interventions based on data already collected or strategies implemented during and/or after the disaster(s)
Multi-level analyses and interventions are encouraged.
Eligible applicants include:
- Higher education institutions
- Public/state controlled institutions
- Private institutions
- Nonprofit organizations
- With 501(c)(3) status
- Without 501(c)(3) status
- Native American tribal organizations
- Faith-based or community-based organizations
- Regional organizations
- City or township
- Special districts
- Federally recognized Indian/Native American tribal governments
- Indian/Native American tribal governments (other than federally recognized)
- Eligible agencies of the federal government
- U.S. territory or possession
- Independent school districts
- Public housing authorities
- Indian housing authorities
- Small businesses
- For-profit organizations
Application budgets are not limited but need to reflect the actual needs of the proposed project. The maximum project period is 5 years.
The opportunity expires on September 8, 2023.
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