AHW issues call for reviewers for population & community health studies
AHW issues call for reviewers for Population & Community Health Studies
AHW seeks panel of merit reviewers to help in the selection of projects to be awarded grant funding
December 13, 2019 - The Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment seeks individuals with a broad range of expertise related to community health promotion to serve on a panel of merit reviewers to help in the selection of projects to be awarded grant funding under AHW’s open Call for Applications: Population and Community Health Studies. This call seeks to support Wisconsin-based multi-sector collaborations in informing policies and practices that impact health outcomes, or in addressing evidence gaps for policy and practice changes, in order to advance health.
Reviewers will provide written analysis and scoring of submitted grant applications followed by in-person discussion of individual reviews and collective rankings with the full merit review panel. Following each application phase, reviewers will advance a ranking of submissions to the respective AHW governing body for their consideration in selecting applicants to advance to the full proposal stage and making final funding determinations. Applications are due January 15, 2020.
Reviewers from agencies and organizations external to the Medical College of Wisconsin will be paid $400 for completion of Letter of Intent (LOI) review commitments and $800 for Full Proposal review commitments. Reimbursement for travel-related expenses will also be provided. Employees of MCW or members of AHW’s governing bodies are not eligible for payment related to proposal review.
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