Joint Grant Awards Program
Annual grants of up to $50,000 help investigators research clinical questions in Family Medicine.
2017 funded JGAP projects include:
- Sonal Patil, MD, MSPH, University of Missouri, Family and Community Medicine, Columbia, MO, "Can EHR-documented home blood pressure readings improve accuracy of hypertension control rates for Family Physicians?"(1 page PDF), and
- Jodi Polaha, PhD, East Tennessee State University, Department of Family Medicine, Johnson City, TN, "Medical Scribes in a Family Medicine Resideny Program: An Implementation Outcomes Study."(1 page PDF)
More Support for Family Medicine Research
Research Stimulation Grants
Annual Grants awards up to $7,500 for projects from six-months to one-year duration. Learn more about the program.
Resident Research Grants
This grant program for Family Medicine residents funds short-term research projects that can be conducted and reported within a one-year time period. Up to five awards may be funded each year in the amount of $2,000. Learn more about the program.