ADVOCACY TRAINING GRANTS
The 2017 Call for Proposals is now closed.
Applicants will be notified of funding decisions in late January 2017.
CPTI supports 4 pediatric faculty-resident pairs annually to attend the AAP Legislative Conference in Washington, D. Following the conference, the faculty-resident pairs are required to implement an educational project in collaboration with their AAP chapter to strengthen the advocacy skills of their trainees. The AAP chapter will receive up to $1,000 in grant funds to support this advocacy project.
Current grantees and descriptions of their projects.
LEONARD P. ROME CATCH VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS
The next Call for Proposals will open Spring 2017.
CPTI partners with the Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Program to offer this opportunity. This program promotes advocacy for children and advances the field of community pediatrics by focusing on resident education, faculty development, and community partnerships.
Up to 8 accredited pediatric residency programs per year are provided with a maximum of $4,500 each to implement a 2- or 3-day community health and advocacy educational program.
2016 Application Materials - Please note these may change for the 2017 cycle.
Current grantees and descriptions of their projects
Application assistance is available and highly encouraged. Please contact Jeanine Donnelly at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-434-7397 with questions or for feedback on project ideas.
Other Currently Funded Grant Projects
The grant programs below support projects that partner pediatric residency programs with local community organizations to implement population health approaches for addressing toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Enhance leadership skills of pediatricians, both faculty and residents, to facilitate the development of partnerships to address the social determinants of health
Build collaborative relationships with CBOs, community leaders and families
Advance community-specific goals to improve local child health and development, and reduce the impact of ACEs
Additionally, the programs in Missouri and the Carolinas are being supported to build a community health and advocacy training collaborative in their states to advance curricula and leadership development.
Community-Pediatric Partnerships for Child Well-being
Supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Community-Pediatric Partnerships for Child Health and Well-being in Missouri
Supported by Missouri Foundation for Health.
The Carolinas Collaborative: Community-Pediatric Partnerships for Promotion of Child Health and Prevention of Toxic Stress
Supported by The Duke Endowment.