Social and Behavioral Interventions to Increase Organ and Tissue Donation
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Federal Grant Title:
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS TO INCREASE ORGAN AND TISSUE DONATION
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Additional Information on Eligibility
As specified in Section 377A(b) of the Public Health Service Act, as amended, the Secretary may make peer-reviewed grants to public and nonprofit private entities, including Tribes, Tribal organizations, faith-based and community based organizations. The application must represent a consortium of at least two types of organizations, a transplant-related organization and a research-related organization
This grant program is to increase organ donation and to improve understanding of how to increase organ donation. The goal of the grant program is to assist eligible entities in the evaluation of, or the implementation and evaluation of, highly promising strategies and approaches for increasing organ and tissue donation. Applications may focus on pilot projects or replications of interventions already shown to be effective in a pilot study. Projects also may test the effectiveness of a coordinated and synchronized set of multiple strategies for increasing donation in specified populations. All projects must have rigorous methodology and evaluation components capable of ascertaining the effectiveness of the intervention(s).