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September 10 - October 1, 2020

Array of Funding Opportunities Now Open for Submissions

Array of Funding Opportunities Now Open for Submissions

Our next cycle of PCORI Funding Announcements (PFAs) opened for Letters of Intent/Letters of Inquiry (LOI) today. Letters are due September 22 for two PFAs on implementing PCORI-funded research results into practice. Our Broad PFA, along with PFAs on methods for conducting patient-centered outcomes research and brief interventions for youth suicide prevention, have LOI deadlines of September 29. Finally, the next Engagement Awards cycle for capacity building, dissemination initiatives, and stakeholder convening support all have LOI deadlines of October 1.  

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Learn More about Our Youth Suicide Prevention Funding Opportunity

Suicide rates in the United States have increased at an alarming rate over the past two decades, especially among youth aged 15-24. We are now accepting Letters of Intent for studies comparing the effectiveness of brief interventions for youth—often the first line of help patients receive when concern about suicidality develops or increases. Brief interventions are designed to ease the immediate suicide risk and direct patients to longer-term treatment. We will hold a town hall for applicants on September 10.

 

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2020-09-10 13:30:00 2020-10-01 13:30:00 America/Detroit Array of Funding Opportunities Now Open for Submissions Array of Funding Opportunities Now Open for Submissions Our next cycle of PCORI Funding Announcements (PFAs) opened for Letters of Intent/Letters of Inquiry (LOI) today. Letters are due September 22 for two PFAs on implementing PCORI-funded research results into practice. Our Broad PFA, along with PFAs on methods for conducting patient-centered outcomes research and brief interventions for youth suicide prevention, have LOI deadlines of September 29. Finally, the next Engagement Awards cycle for capacity building, dissemination initiatives, and stakeholder convening support all have LOI deadlines of October 1.   Explore these funding opportunities Learn More about Our Youth Suicide Prevention Funding Opportunity Suicide rates in the United States have increased at an alarming rate over the past two decades, especially among youth aged 15-24. We are now accepting Letters of Intent for studies comparing the effectiveness of brief interventions for youth—often the first line of help patients receive when concern about suicidality develops or increases. Brief interventions are designed to ease the immediate suicide risk and direct patients to longer-term treatment. We will hold a town hall for applicants on September 10.   Read the blog   ----