Guide to applying for injury research grants
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Guide to applying for injury research grants

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      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) national program to reduce injury and its consequences began in the early 1970s with research on home and recreational injuries. Work in violence prevention was added in 1983. In June 1992, CDC established the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC). As the lead federal agency for injury prevention, NCIPC conducts and supports research into the causes, risks, and preventive measures for injuries. A fundamental part of NCIPC’s contribution to injury prevention is its extramural research grants program, which has been in operation since 1987. The program offers three types of research opportunities: grants to support injury control research centers, grants for research program projects, and individual research grants. Since its inception, the program has channeled $100 million into this work. In fiscal year 1995, $15 million were committed to extramural research. This booklet is intended for members of the scientific community who are interested in applying to NCIPC for research grants. Along with background on the extramural research grants program and the injury research areas of interest to CDC, this guide describes the application and review process and offers advice on the preparation of research grant applications.
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