To date, we've awarded about $59.4 million to support 296 projects through the Engagement Awards program.
In the past month, we approved about $1.1 million in new awards to support projects including:
- An initiative led by the Dravet Syndrome Foundation aimed at establishing processes and priorities to advance PCOR in Dravet and other rare disease communities.
- The Trustees of Dartmouth College's project to create a community of mothers with mental illnesses using opioids, and researchers, as well as an online and in-person infrastructure, resources, and tools to support future collaborative efforts in PCOR and knowledge sharing.
- A project out of the University of California Riverside to increase the capacity of UCR faculty, local Native American health care providers, and patients to partner in PCOR to ultimately improve healthcare for Native Americans.
- A Turner Syndrome Global Alliance symposium to bring together investigators from diverse fields to explore clinical pathways for future PCOR findings and an interdisciplinary strategy for advancing TS-related science.
- The 21st Biennial International Perinatal Bereavement Conference hosted by the Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance, aimed at filling a crucial training gap and offering stakeholders access to current PCOR-based best practices for patient-centered care.
Posted: February 2015; Updated: September 5, 2018