Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award: Capacity Building for Small Organizations
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Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Letter of Intent
Sep 29, 2022
Jan 24, 2023
The PCORI Engagement Award: Capacity Building for Small
Organizations program provides funding and technical
assistance to help small public and private organizations
build the knowledge and skill base necessary to engage as
partners in patient-centered outcomes research/clinical
effectiveness research process.
Required and recommended activities include:
- Create a road map that explains next steps to support
your organization's journey toward engagement in
patient-centered outcomes research/clinical effectiveness
- Evaluate projects
- Participate in the learning network
- Educate and train patients and other stakeholders on
the basics of PCOR/CER
- Build a stakeholder partnership or learning community
that you can maintain over time and create a clear
mission and structure for the arrangement
- Ask patients and other stakeholders to help create
ideas for future PCOR/CER,
- Form an advisory group that includes a range of
stakeholders and create the operational framework needed
to engage in PCOR/CER
- Identify which patient-centered outcomes are most
important to your patients and other stakeholders
- Create a project logic model
- Create tools that teach people how to get involved in
PCOR/CER and encourage people in your community to use
the tools and take part in PCOR/CER
Organizations will receive technical assistance during
both the application and project periods, as well as
participate in a learning network with other grantees.
Applications may be submitted by:
- Nonprofit organizations
- For-profit organizations
- Public-sector research organizations, including
universities, colleges, hospitals, and healthcare systems
- Any units of local, state, and federal government
Eligible organizations must have an average yearly
operating budget of $1,500,000 or less over the past two
fiscal years and may not have received a total of over
$100,000 through previous awards from the PCORI
Engagement Awards program.
In addition, organizations must have relationships with
researchers or research networks, as well as with
patients and other stakeholders with a connection,
expertise, or lived experience within your focus area.
Amount of funding
Up to $250,000 for a 2 year project period.
Application instructions and links to additional guidance
are available on the
Applicants must submit a letter of intent through the
online portal by September 29, 2022. Full proposal
submissions are by invitation only, with a deadline of
January 24, 2023.
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