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Notice of a Non-Competitive Program Expansion Supplement To Revise, Update, and Disseminate Educational Curricula Regarding Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias.
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) will be issuing a non-competitive program expansion supplement to 45 Geriatric Education Centers (GEC) Program grantees to revise, update, and disseminate educational curricula regarding Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias (AD). Approximately $2,000,000 will be available in Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 and $4,000,000 in FY 2013 from the Prevention and Public Health Fund, created by the Affordable Care Act. The GEC grantees have the capacity, capability, expertise, experience, and infrastructure to expeditiously, effectively, and efficiently implement the AD initiative within their existing educational programming. The programmatic supplements will allow the Bureau of Health Professions to consolidate resources and provide enhanced technical assistance, grant funds, grant monitoring and oversight to the AD initiative within currently existing grants.
Grantees of record and intended award amounts are:
|Grantee name||Grant No.||State||2012 Projected awards||2012 Supplement amount|
|University of Alabama at Birmingham||UB4HP19045||Alabama||$216,000.00||$42,222|
|Arizona Board of Regents||UB4HP19047||Arizona||399,771.00||42,222|
|University of Arkansas||UB4HP19048||Arkansas||421,310.00||42,222|
|Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University||UB4HP19049||California||399,772.00||42,222|
|The Regents of the University of California, Los Angeles||UB4HP19202||California||426,192.00||42,222|
|The Regents of the University of California, San Francisco||UB4HP19046||California||424,203.00||42,222|
|NOVA Southeastern University||UB4HP19211||Florida||431,907.00||42,222|
|University of Miami||UB4HP19066||Florida||427,185.00||42,222|
|University of Hawaii||UB4HP19065||Hawaii||427,920.00||42,222|
|University of Iowa||UB4HP19054||Iowa||426,650.00||42,222|
|University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute||UB4HP19192||Kansas||429,472.00||42,222|
|University of Kentucky Research Foundation||UB4HP19051||Kentucky||409,280.00||42,222|
|University of New England||UB4HP19207||Maine||216,000.00||42,222|
|Johns Hopkins University||UB4HP19193||Maryland||426,800.00||42,222|
|Regents of the University of Minnesota||UB4HP19196||Minnesota||424,811.00||42,222|
|Saint Louis University||UB4HP19060||Missouri||427,879.00||42,222|
|The University of Montana||UB4HP19056||Montana||429,725.00||42,222|
|Board of Regents, NSHE, on behalf of University of Nevada—Reno||UB4HP19205||Nevada||418,751.00||42,222|
|Trustees of Dartmouth College||UB4HP19206||New Hampshire||425,443.00||42,222|
|UMDNJ—School of Osteopathic Medicine||UB4HP19059||New Jersey||423,459.00||42,222|
|Mount Sinai School of Medicine||UB4HP19194||New York||421,698.00||42,222|
|University of Rochester||UB4HP19204||New York||415,498.00||42,222|
|Duke University||UB4HP19203||North Carolina||215,713.00||42,222|
|University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||UB4HP19053||North Carolina||420,000.00||42,222|
|University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center||UB4HP19197||Oklahoma||416,609.00||42,222|
|Oregon Health and Science University||UB4HP19057||Oregon||418,002.00||42,222|
|Thomas Jefferson University||UB4HP19061||Pennsylvania||417,200.00||42,222|
|University of Pennsylvania||UB4HP19214||Pennsylvania||427,795.00||42,222|
|University of Pittsburgh||UB4HP19199||Pennsylvania||416,712.00||42,222|
|University of Rhode Island||UB4HP19208||Rhode Island||424,589.00||42,222|
|University of South Carolina||UB4HP19212||South Carolina||422,640.00||42,222|
|Meharry Medical College||UB4HP19055||Tennessee||418,222.00||42,222|
|Baylor College of Medicine||UB4HP19052||Texas||414,000.00||42,222|
|Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center||UB4HP19201||Texas||215,216.00||42,222|
|The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston||UB4HP19058||Texas||216,000.00||42,222|
|The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio||UB4HP19063||Texas||420,800.00||42,222|
|The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston||UB4HP19213||Texas||432,000.00||42,222|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||UB4HP19210||Virginia||421,601.00||42,222|
|University of Washington||UB4HP19195||Washington||216,000.00||42,222|
|George Washington University||UB4HP19200||Washington, DC||420,738.00||42,222|
|West Virginia University Research Corp||UB4HP19050||West Virginia||428,800.00||42,222|
|University of Wyoming||UB4HP19198||Wyoming||426,751.00||42,222|
Intended Recipients of the Award: 45 Existing GEC awardees.
Amount of the Awards: $42,222.
Project Period: July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2014.
The programmatic supplements will allow the Bureau of Health Professions to consolidate resources and provide enhanced technical assistance, grant funds, grant monitoring and oversight to the AD initiative within currently existing grants. Providing the additional funding to existing grantees also has benefits for program evaluative purposes since the GEC grantees already have evaluation requirements with which they comply. This programmatic supplement aligns with the current GEC budget period cycle, resulting in administrative savings over a competitive grant making process.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Joan Weiss, Ph.D., RN, CRNP, Health Resources and Services Administration, Division of Public Health and Interdisciplinary Education, 5600 Fishers Lane, Room 9C-05, Rockville, Maryland 20857, or email email@example.com.
Dated: April 11, 2012.
Mary K. Wakefield,
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