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Palliative Care Research Center Soliciting Applications for Project Grants

September 10, 2018 | By CAPC Staff

In an effort to support investigators conducting clinical research in palliative care who wish to maximize their chances of larger extramural funding, the National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC) is soliciting applications for Pilot/Exploratory Project Grants (PEP) and Junior Faculty Career Development Awards (CDA). Letters of Intent are due November 5, 2018. Full proposals are accepted by invitation only and are due January 21, 2019. All awards will start July 1, 2019.

Applications should focus on palliative care research projects for seriously ill patients and their families in one or more of the three specific areas:

  1. Exploring the relationship of pain and other distressing symptoms to quality and quantity of life, independence, function, and disability and developing interventions directed at their treatment in patients with serious and chronic illnesses
  2. Studying methods of improving communication between patients living with serious illness, their families and their health care providers;
  3. Evaluating models and systems of care for patients living with serious illness and their families.

For more information about the RFA and application process, please visit the NPCRC’s web site at:

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