Clinical Simulation Center offering research grants for best practices in simulation-based education

June 25, 2018  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Proposals are being accepted now for CSC research grants to support projects that apply best practices in simulation-based education for UME, GME, and other health care professionals. Funding will be available the 2018-2019 academic year.

Projects may range from newly-formed preliminary studies (proof-of-concept) to continuation/finalization of ongoing research. A maximum of $15,000 per project will be available to fund up to three projects. Priority will be given to proposals that evaluate the project’s impact on patient care and outcomes.

The U-M Clinical Simulation Center (CSC) was established to support effective, innovative simulation-based educational initiatives in medical education. The Department of Learning Health Sciences (DLHS) has made funds available to continue this tradition in the form of yearly CSC research grants.

The deadline for proposals is July 31 and funded proposals will be announced by Aug. 17 with start date for funding Sept. 3.  For more information on how to apply, go to the CSC funding opportunities page.

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