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Grant Generating Project (GGP)


2018-2019 Deadlines and Workshop Calendar


July 6, 2018

Materials to be submitted:

  • One-page expression of interest that includes idea/area for project proposal and how this workshop will facilitate your career progress
  • Curriculum vitae including education, experience in both research and clinical areas as applicable and research interests.
  • Letter of support from department chair or program director. The letter should clearly specify the following:
    • Assurance of adequate — at least 20 percent — protected time to complete the proposal and related GGP requirements
    • Departmental or program support of the applicant’s research interest
    • Departmental or program commitment of time and funding required to attend all GGP workshops
       

August 1, 2018

GGP fellows are announced

 

Session I - Online (August 15-December 15, 2018)

Aug 15- Sep 1: Effective Writing Strategies Module
Sept 1-Sep 15: Knowledge Translation/Dissemination Module
Sept 15-Oct 1: Development of Research Question Module
Oct 1-Oct 15: Conducting Literature Reviews Module
Oct 15-Nov 5: Writing the Methods Section Module
Nov 5: draft protocol with background, objectives, research question(s) and methods

 

Session II - In person (November 9, 2018)

Chicago, Illinois (pre-NAPCRG)
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Hilton Chicago

 

November 9-13, 2018 *

NAPCRG Annual Meeting in Chicago, Illinois

 

Session III - Online (February 1-June 30, 2019)

Jan 1- Jan 15: Other Grant Sections
Jan 15- Feb 1: Building a Timeline
Feb 1- Feb 15: How to Create a Budget
Feb 15- Mar 1: Creating a CV
Mar 1- Mar 30: Adapting to Granting Agency Requirements
Mar 30: Complete grant application with CV

 

Session IV - In person (April 27, 2019) 

Toronto, Ontario (pre-STFM)
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

 

April 27-May 1, 2019 *

STFM Annual Meeting in Toronto, Ontario

 

November 2019*

Graduation Ceremony at GGP Alumnae event at the 2019 NAPCRG Annual Meeting in toronto, Ontario

 

*Fellows are encouraged to attend these meetings






2017-2018 Deadlines and Workshop Calendar

 

July 7, 2017

Non-binding letter of intent due to program office

 

July 17, 2017

Completed application due to program office, including first draft of a concept paper identifying the area of interest for the fellowship

 

August 1, 2017

GGP fellows are announced

 

Session 1 (August-November)

Fellows will complete eight substantive modules that incorporate the material necessary for the trainees to have a draft protocol (minus CV, budget and timeline) and concept paper ready for the NAPCRG meeting.  All information provided before the NAPCRG meeting will be done using online delivery with the course offerings available through a learning platform.
Aug 14-Sept 1: Justification & Review of Literature Module
Sept 4- 15: Effective Writing Strategies Module
Sept 18-29: Development of Research Question Module
Oct 2-20: Writing Methods Section Module
Oct 2-20: Working with Partners Module
Oct 23-27: Limitations and Strengths Module
Oct 30-Nov 3: Contributions Module
Oct 30-Nov 10: Knowledge Translation/Dissemination Module

 

Session 2 (November 17, 2017)

Montreal, Quebec (pre-NAPCRG)
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel

 

November 17-21, 2017 *

NAPCRG Annual Meeting in Montreal, Quebec

 

Session 3 (December 1, 2017-April 1, 2018)

Dec 1- Apr 1: Building a Timeline
Feb 1- Apr 1: Budget
Mar 1- Apr 1: CV

 

April 5, 2018

Revised full grant proposal due

 

Session 4 (May 5, 2018) 

Washington DC (pre-STFM)
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel 

 

May 5-9, 2018 *

STFM Annual Meeting in Washington DC

 

July 1, 2018

The final protocol will be submitted online

 

November 2018*

Graduation Ceremony at GGP Alumnae event at the 2018 NAPCRG Annual Meeting in Chicago

 

*Fellows are encouraged to attend these meetings