The Emergency Medicine Foundation strives to be the principal sponsor of scientifically rigorous research and education that improves the care of the acutely ill and injured.
Supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), EMF is inviting applications for its EMF/NIDA Mentor-Facilitated Training Award in Substance Use Disorders Science Dissemination. The award seeks works that addresses the overarching goals of EMF, including the promotion of knowledge of evidence-based SUD treatment among healthcare providers; the dissemination of substance use disorder research finding; the adoption of evidence-based approaches in medical settings, and the facilitation of the academic growth and development of future leaders in SUD management.
Through the program, two grants of up to $12,000 ($10,000 for the awardee, $2,000 for the mentor) will be awarded in support of a mentored experience and project focused on the dissemination of substance use disorders treatment research. The award may not be used to conduct basic or clinical research studies or trials.
To be eligible, applicants must be a resident in an ACGME-approved emergency medicine residency training 3 program, a first-year graduate, or about to start his/her first year as a faculty member. Applicants must not have a current career development award.
See the Emergency Medicine Foundation website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.