Where do I find the full application?
https://www.medicine.wisc.edu/housestaff/resources-educators (the "For Educators" link under “Education and Training”)
When are grant proposals due?
In late winter. For this year: February 24, 2020
What is the maximum amount of funding?
$20,000 (limited to $3000 for travel)
What is the length of funding?
One academic year beginning July 1; can overlap into next academic year under extenuating circumstances
What percent grant submissions to the Education Committee are funded?
65% funded (20/31) over the last 5 years
What are reasons some grants aren’t funded?
- Vague proposal
- Too ambitious of a project
- Does not directly affect DOM members
- Duplicates other programs already available
- Unclear description of program need
- Lack of objectives and measurable outcomes
- Narrow scope of learners
- Unclear stakeholder buy-in
What are some useful campus resources?
- DoIt Academic Technology; Greg Konop
- Provides instructional design and technical development support as well as a course production unit. This unit assists with the application of instructional technology to design a learning experience.
- SMPH Academic IT; Kristin Simon
- For Undergraduate Medical Education: Provides instruction design and technical development support as well as a course production unit.
- UW Survey Center; John Stevenson
- Provides assistance with questionnaire design and instrument development and refinement.
- DOM IT Department; Jennifer Bonifas
- Evaluates projects for technology factors that can affect initiation and maintenance of the project with the DOM IT environment.
- Determines any HIPPA issues that could affect grant feasibility.
What grants have been previously funded?
"Gaming for High Value Care"
"Global Health Simulation Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents"
"Building Research Communities: an Educational Framework and Formative Evaluation Tool for Research Mentors and Trainees"
"Resident Curriculum for Bedside Ultrasonography"
"Development of a Blended Interprofessional Ambulatory Care Curriculum"
"Empathy Training during Cardiovascular Medicine Fellowship"
"Development of a Web-based Platform for Blended Learning in A Resident-As-Educator Curriculum"
"Faculty can ‘Break the Bias Habit’ Too!"
"Preventing Endoscopy-Related Injuries among Gastroenterology Fellows: A Train the Trainer Program"
"Implementation and Evaluation of a 6-month Continuing Curriculum to Promote Empathic Skills among Internal Medicine Residents"
"Measuring the Effect of ‘Breaking the Bias Habit – Workshop for Physicians in Training"
"On-line Portal for Competency-based Evaluation and Training"
"How Medical Students Learn online: A RCT of Interactive Learning Versus Recorded Lectures"
"Implementation and Evaluation of a 6-month Curriculum to Promote Empathic Skills among Medicine Interns"
"Centralizing the Department of Medicine Quality Improvement Curriculum for Fellowships"
Laura Maursetter, DO and Ian Todaro