Child and Adolescent Health Measurement InitiativeHRSA Disclaimer

Experience Matters: A View into the Health and Wellbeing of US Children and Families with ASDHRSA Disclaimer

This chartbook provides insight on the current health and well-being of children with ASD and their families. It was funded by Autism Speaks.HRSA Disclaimer

Training and Educational – Webinars

Maternal and Child Health BureauHRSA Disclaimer

DataSpeak: Disparities in the Health and Well-Being of Children and Youth in Rural Areas of the United StatesHRSA Disclaimer

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
3:00pm to 4:00pm ET

This DataSpeak will present recent data from national surveys and data sets on access, health status, and mortality patterns for children and youth in rural areas, along with resources and information on improving the health of these populations. Presentations will be made by:

  • Steve Holve, MD, Chief Clinical Consultant in Pediatrics for the IHS
  • Alana Knudson, PhD, EdM, Principal Research Scientist and Co-Director of the Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis for NORC at the UC
  • Janice Probst, PhD, Director of the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center at the Arnold School of Public Health, USC

National Center for Medical Home ImplementationHRSA Disclaimer

Thinking Outside the Box: How to Advance Health Equity and Care Quality in the Pediatric Medical HomeHRSA Disclaimer

This webinar series will provide pediatric clinicians, Title V programs, families and others with tools, resources, and strategies to enhance the patient and family experience in the pediatric medical home. This includes, but is not limited to, the experience of diverse, vulnerable and medically-underserved populations.

Changing Relationships: How to Foster Effective Communication with Patients and FamiliesHRSA Disclaimer

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
12:00pm to 1:00pm ET

This webinar will describe how language access can improve delivery of care within the pediatric medical home model and discuss evidence-based and evidence-informed promising practices that leverage effective communication and language access to improve equitable provision of care.

Changing Practice: How to Understand and Address Social Factors that Shape Child HealthHRSA Disclaimer

Wednesday, June 8, 2016
12:00pm to 1:00pm ET

This webinar will cover the importance and prevalence of social factors (in rural, urban, and suburban areas) in impacting child health and the role of the pediatric medical home in identifying and addressing the social factors affecting child health outcomes

MidAmerican Center for Public Health Practice - ArchiveHRSA Disclaimer

Faith and Communities Fostering Resilience: The Power of Congregations to Health the Effects of Adverse Childhood ExperiencesHRSA Disclaimer

A webinar recording, presentation slides, and a list of resources provided during this April 2016 webinar are available. It was created in partnership with: The Center for Faith and Community Health Transformation, Office for Community Engagement and Neighborhood Health Partnerships, Chicago Department of Public Health, Chicago Safe Start, Advocate Health Care, and MCPHP.

National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation - ArchiveHRSA Disclaimer

Beyond Flint: Tracking Lead's Toxic ThreatHRSA Disclaimer

This Health Matters webinar, hosted by the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism with support from NIHCM Foundation, provided essential context, resources and ideas for chronicling the threat posed by lead in communities nationwide. Panelists identified potential policy solutions and highlighted leaders who are ahead of the curve on minimizing exposure.

Funding Opportunities

Agency for Healthcare Research and QualityHRSA Disclaimer

Pediatric Quality Measures Program: Dissemination and Implementation of Child Health Quality Measures Cooperative Research GrantsHRSA Disclaimer

May 27, 2016 (Letter of Intent)
June 28, 2016 (Application)

The FOA invites cooperative agreement applications to support the dissemination and implementation of a subset of new child health quality measures developed by the PQMP-COE in key pediatric measurement and QI gap areas through the work of multi-disciplinary partnership teams.  The teams will have key goals focused on assessing the feasibility and usability of the new PQMP-COE measures within the Medicaid and or CHIP patient populations at the state, health plan, and provider levels to support performance monitoring and QI.

National Institutes of Health

Research Answers to NCI Pediatric Provocative Questions

May 30, 2016 (Letter of Intent)
June 30, 2016 (Application)

The purpose of this FOA is to invite applications for research projects designed to use sound and innovative strategies to solve specific problems and paradoxes in childhood cancer research identified by the NCI as the NCI Pediatric PQs. These problems and paradoxes framed as questions are meant to challenge cancer researchers to think about and elucidate specific problems in key areas of pediatric cancer research that are deemed important but have not received sufficient attention. Each research project proposed in response to this FOA must be focused on addressing one particular research problem defined by one specific Pediatric PQ selected from the list.

National Institutes of HealthHRSA Disclaimer

Preclinical Research on Model Organisms to Predict Treatment Outcomes for Disorders Associated with Intellectual and Developmental DisabilitiesHRSA Disclaimer

June 5, 2016 (Letter of Intent)
July 5, 2016 (Application)

This FOA encourages applications from organizations addressing preclinical research in model organisms of neurodevelopmental disorders. Applications should propose to develop, validate, and or calibrate outcome measures, surrogate markers, and biomarkers in model organisms that can inform and effectively translate to human clinical trials for individuals with IDD.

Food and Drug AdministrationHRSA Disclaimer

Pediatric Anesthesia Safety InitiativeHRSA Disclaimer

June 17, 2016

This award is intended to provide support for developing and maintaining an organizational infrastructure to support a broad-based public-private partnership under the FDA PASI. Specific projects under the PASI may also be funded.

National Institutes of HealthHRSA Disclaimer

Nutrition Obesity Research CentersHRSA Disclaimer

November 23, 2016

This FOA invites applications from institutions and organizations that propose to establish core centers that are part of an integrated and existing program of nutrition and or obesity research. The NORC program is designed to support and enhance the national research effort in nutrition and obesity.