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Allied Health Special Projects

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Criteria for selecting proposals...

The major elements in evaluating proposals include assessment of: (1) rationale for the proposal; (2) objectives to be achieved; (3) institutional background in training, competency of faculty with past experience of faculty in allied health; (4) overall design of proposal and institutional commitment; (5) adequacy and availability of proposed facilities and resources; (6) budget; (7) proposed evaluation methodologies; and (8) self-sufficiency. In making awards of grants under this section, preference will be given to any qualified applicant that (A) has a high rate for placing graduates in practice settings having the principal focus of serving residents of medically underserved communities; or (B) during the 2-year period preceding the fiscal year for which such an award is sought, has achieved a significant increase in the rate of placing graduates in such settings. Preference will be given only for applications ranked above the 20th percentile of applications that have been recommended for approval by the appropriate peer review group. A funding priority will be given to qualified applicants who provided community-based training experiences designed to improve access of health care services in underserved areas. This was included being responsive to population groups the President's Executive Orders 12876, 12900 and 13021. Historical Black Colleges and Universities, Tribal Colleges and Universities serving Native Americans.