The American Music Therapy Association, a professional association dedicated to the progressive development of the therapeutic use of music in rehabilitation, special education and community settings, is accepting applications for the annual Arthur Flagler Fultz Award.
The award program is designed to encourage, promote, and fund music therapy research and explore new and innovative music therapy treatments. The fund supports research in the areas of clinical research and health services research.
1) Clinical research: Grants in this category support projects that are designed to assess the efficacy of music therapy interventions and help define best practice.
2) Health services research: Grants in this category support projects that are designed to assess the role of music therapy practice in the context of emerging healthcare delivery models.
A single grant of $15,000 will be awarded for a project in either of the above categories.
To be eligible, the project’s primary investigator must be an AMTA member in good standing.
See the AMTA website for complete program guidelines, application instructions, and a list of previous award recipients.