Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. PA-21-266.
This funding opportunity will support collaborative learning strategies that enable individuals and organizations to employ rapid prototyping to engineer new approaches focused on improving diagnosis and treatment. This learning laboratory funding builds on prior initiatives to further improvements in patient safety. The project submission process will close January 27, 2023.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; NICHD; National Institutes of Health; NIH.
This dual-component funding program will support collaborative research and project development projects that explore strategies to reduce medical error in both routine hospital settings and intensive care units. This funding cycle has an expiration due date of September 8, 2021.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Michael Cohen, President of the Institute for Safe Medication Practices, has focused his career on preventing medical errors with innovative and elegant solutions. The MacArthur Foundation has selected him as a 2005 Fellow and recipient of a $500,000 "genius grant."
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) awarded more than $8 million to 15 Partnerships in Implementing Patient Safety (PIPS) projects. These projects will implement patient safety interventions and develop toolkits that will be freely available to other health care providers.
In fiscal year 2004, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) awarded nearly $4 million in Patient Safety Challenge Grants to support 13 new practice implementation projects. AHRQ challenged the health care community and other organizations to develop innovative solutions for the harm resulting from medical errors. The tools and procedures that emerged from these projects advanced the translation of research into clinical practice to support the agency's commitment to a medical culture grounded in safety and quality.
This newspaper article reports on plans to develop the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins. The institute is dedicated to improving patient safety and reducing medical errors.
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