The Practice-Based Research Program (PBRP) fosters collaborative research between community-based practitioners and Northwestern University academic faculty. A program in the NUCATS and IPHAM Center for Community Health, it provides assistance and coordinates activities across Northwestern's two primary care practice based research networks: The Pediatric Practice Research Group (PPRG) and the Research and Education for Academic Achievement (REACH) Network.
The PBRP Seed Grant Program aims to:
- Increase engagement of academics and community clinicians from practice-based research networks,
- Foster the development of practice-based proposals for external funding and,
- Support the preparatory steps that lead to dissemination and implementation of research findings in community practice settings.
2017 PBR Partnership Development Seed Grants
These Partnership Development grants are intended to support newly developing or expanding partnerships that create the foundation for future research or practice changes that are important to the delivery of primary care and health. Partnerships may explore practice-based research strategies, patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR), or other engaged research or improvement collaborations across the translational spectrum of research. Partnerships exploring health equity issues are encouraged.
Click here for the full Request for Applications.
|Deadline for discussing idea w/ PBR leadership||June 30, 2017|
|Application deadline||July 21, 2017|
|Funding decisions communicated||August 23, 2017|
|Funds Released||September 15, 2017|
PBR 2015 Seed Grants AwardeeIn the 2015 round of funding, the Practice-based Research Program (PBR) solicited proposals to support proposal/program development, dissemination, and partnership development. Each proposal was developed by a team of community clinicians and academic researchers from Northwestern.
Congratulations to Ben Kornfield, MD of North Surburban Pediatrics and Gal Finer, MD, PhD of the Department of Pediatrics, whose project, Hypertension in Premature Infants in the Pediatric Office, was selected for funding. Learn more about their project.
PBR Leadership Contacts:
Adolfo Ariza, MD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Pediatric Practice Research Group
Helen Binns, MD MPH: email@example.com
Associate Director of PPRG
Erik Orelind, MD MPH: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of REACH PBRN
PBR is a program of the Center for Community Health serving Northwestern’s Institute for Public Health and Medicine (IPHAM) and the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Science (NUCATS) Institute. http://www.feinberg.northwestern.edu/sites/cch/
PBR Leadership Team
Contact members of the leadership team throughout the grant development process for guidance.