Practice Based Research Network (PBRN) Stimulation Grants
How to Apply for a PBRN Grant
PBRN Stimulation Grant applications are accepted twice a year: March 1 and September 1.
If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday the application is due on the following work day.
The following application materials can be downloaded:
Guiding Principles for AAFP Foundation Research Grants (1-page PDF file) -- Clarification of expectations for projects granted AAFP Foundation research awards.
Instructions: PBRN Stimulation Grant (6-page PDF file) -- Access these Instructions before you fill out the application.
Application: PBRN Stimulation Grant (3-page Word file) -- Required application form which must be completed and submitted by the application deadline.
PBRN Grant Award Abstracts
Decision-making Processes in Cervical Cancer Screening (2011) (1-page PDF file)
PREVIOUS CYCLES - To request an abstract from the list below please contact Sharon Hunt at (800) 274-2237, ext. 4474
- A Comparison of Cesarean Section Outcomes for Rural Obstetricians and Family Physicians
- Identification of Children at Risk for Hyperlipidemia: A PEARL Network Project
- Managing Obesity in Primary Care: Physician’ Self-reported Attitudes and Challenges
- Prostate Cancer Screening and Informed Decision Making: A Survey of Physician Practices and Beliefs
- Review of Systems Research: Screening Questions for Depression and Risky Drinking
- Screening and Preventive Services for Adults with Disabilities in Rural Primary Care Practice: A Pilot Study to Define Disability
- Smoking Cessation and Impact of Spirometry in Assessing Smokers’ Progression through the Stages of Change: An M3 PBRN Research Project
- Vitamin D Deficiency Among Asians in North Texas
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