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The program supports research on barriers to organ and tissue donation. Studies may focus on individual attitudes, beliefs and behaviors towards organ and tissue transplantation and the need for organ transplantation among diverse and underserved populations and rural communities.
The program supports research that investigates the value and impact of the arts, either as individual components of the U.S. arts ecology or as they interact with each other and with other domains of American life.
The program supports investigations on primary immunodeficiency to improve diagnosis and treatment. The agency encourages analysis of clinical data and samples maintained in primary immunodeficiency registries, consortium databases and repositories to address questions relevant to primary immunodeficiency research.1
The solicitation supports the revision of Justice Involved Women: Developing an Agency Wide Approach, NIJ curriculum that was created in 2002. The grantees will make: (1) revisions to the existing curriculum to enhance applicability to jail systems housing justice involved women; and (2) to deliver 2-3 training events as described in the body of the solicitation.
The program supports the advance of PFS by funding activities related to administrative data. The PFS concept focuses on paying providers after they have demonstrated success, not based on the promise of success. Pay for Success financing is a mechanism for increasing investments in effective social interventions by changing the way government allocates and invests its resources – focusing on results and outcomes.
The program supports research that uses new data in determining underlying causes of cancer development, progression and metastasis.
The program funds regional EACs to provide technical assistance and training to school boards and governmental agencies in preparing, adopting and implementing plans for the desegregation of public schools. Plans can include: equity efforts to desegregate based on race, sex and national origin; and development of effective methods of coping with special educational problems caused by desegregation.
The program supports training solutions to address specific national preparedness gaps. Grantees will create training that will be accessible to a nationwide audience.
The National Institute of Corrections (DOJ) releases four solicitations to improve training and staff development for corrections officers and personnel (CFDA Number: 16.601). Each solicitation offers an approximately $200,000 award.
The program supports the implementation of High-Impact HIV Prevention Programs to reduce morbidity, mortality, and related health disparities in the following two categories: (1) high risk young men of color who have sex with men and their partners; and (2) high risk young transgender persons of color and their partners.
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