2. Nominee: The Awards Sub-Committee Chair will contact each nominee via e-mail, to inform them that they're being considered for the Mid-Career Researcher Award. The nominee needs to submit the following materials by August 31, 2021:
Complete the nominee form.
Upload a current Curriculum Vitae (five page maximum).
Upload two letters of support describing why they should receive the award, letters may be countersigned by more than one individual. Each letter should be no more than one page in length.
Completed submissions will be evaluated independently by at least three members of the Awards Sub-Committee. The recipient of the Mid-Career Researcher Award will be recognized at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting.
Review criteria for evaluation will include: • Evidence of major grant funding and/or publications as co-or principal investigator. • Evidence of meaningful mentorship with outcomes for mentees (e.g., publications, grants). • Evidence of working with diverse groups or individuals. • Evidence of significant collaboration within primary care research and meaningful outcomes for the field of primary care research.
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