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2020 Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program

Grants to USA Healthcare Professionals
for Professional Development Activities

Agency Type:

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Funding Source:

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Cambia Health Foundation

LOI Date:

02/21/20

Deadline Date:

06/19/20 4:00 PM PST

Description:

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Grants to USA healthcare professionals for projects and activities that support professional development. A Letter of Intent must be submitted before applying. Funding is intended to provide physicians, physician assistants, nurses, social workers, psychologists, chaplains, pharmacists, and health system executives with training that will help them become leaders in the field of palliative care. Sojourns Scholars will conduct an innovative and impactful project in the field of palliative care and develop a leadership development plan designed to support growth as a national leader in the field.

Program Goals

  • Identify outstanding emerging leaders who are physicians, nurses, social workers, physician assistants, chaplains, psychologists, pharmacists and other health system professionals committed to improving access to, knowledge about and quality of palliative care
  • Invest in leadership development, enabling Scholars to use their expertise and influence to create system and policy changes in palliative care locally, regionally and nationally
  • Develop the professional visibility and advance the palliative care expertise of the Sojourns Scholars, enhancing them to advance the field

Program components

  • A two-year clinical, educational, policy, advocacy or systems change project
  • An individualized leadership development plan to catalyze and enhance the Sojourns Scholar’s emergence and effectiveness as a national leader
  • Annual Sojourns Scholar Leadership Summit
  • Mentorship from the National Advisory Committee
  • Participation as a member of the Sojourns Scholar community of peers

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 177395

Number of Grants:

The program will support up to 12 Sojourns Scholars.

Estimated Size of Grant:

Sojourns Scholars receive $180,000 in funding ($90,000 per year over a two-year grant).

Term of Contract:

The grant is for two years beginning December 1. Your project may be part of a larger effort that will last longer than two years but the grant period and related funding can only be spent during the two-year grant period per the Letter of Agreement. The foundation does allow for a grant time extension if necessary once the grant is awarded. The grant extension policy will be reviewed with Scholars once the grant is in place.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

- Applicants must demonstrate a clear commitment to palliative care.
- At least one local mentor must provide support for the applicant’s project and leadership development.
- The applicant’s home institution will be required to submit a letter signed by a director (CEO, administrator, dean or chair) confirming that at least 50% of the applicant’s time will be dedicated to the Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program.
- Awardees should not be a recipient of a career development award at the time of initial Sojourns Scholar program funding (e.g., NIH K award, VA career award, National Palliative Care Research Center award, or other funded career award).

Credentials:
- Nurses: Experienced nurses prepared at the masters and doctoral level (preferred); board certification by the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center preferred.
- Physicians: At least two years out of training preferred; board certification in hospice and palliative medicine preferred.
- Social workers: For clinical social workers, licensure in state of practice and at least two years post-Masters (MSW) preferred. Specialty certification in hospice or palliative care or postgraduate training in oncology, palliative care or hospice preferred. For academic social workers, PhD preferred.
- Physician assistants: Practicing clinical PA with at least two years of experience in hospice or palliative medicine (or critical-care setting), in good standing with NCCPA.
- Chaplains: Master’s degree in theology or related field; board certification in chaplaincy (BCC) (board certification in hospice and palliative care (BCCHPCC) preferred); at least two years chaplain clinical experience in hospice and/or palliative care.
- Psychologists: Licensed clinical psychologist with PhD; at least two years in delivery of psychological counseling services to palliative care populations.
- Pharmacists: At least two years post-completion of PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy); one or more residency years training preferred (completion of post-graduate (PGY-2) residency in pain management and palliative care given top priority although limited programs exist).
- Health systems executives: At least two years post-Master’s degree in public health, business administration or related field preferred; champions of palliative care integration across health care systems.

For individuals in a university or academic setting, eligible candidates should have a faculty appointment at the time of application.

Pre-Application Information:

LOIs, including required attachments, are due by Feb. 21, 2020, at 12 p.m. PST.

Full Proposal Grant Applications, including required attachments, are due by June 19, 2020, at 4 p.m. PST.

The application is a two-step process beginning with a Letter of Intent (LOI), followed by a full proposal if invited by Cambia Health Foundation to submit one. All applications must be submitted through the Cambia Health Foundation grant application portal.

Applicant must be available to attend a one-hour in-person interview in Portland, Oregon, that will be scheduled on Sept. 22 or 23, 2020. Please consider travel to and from Portland when holding these dates on your calendar. Cambia Health Foundation will pay the Scholar’s travel costs.

Those selected will be notified after the Cambia Health Foundation Board meeting has taken place (which is typically in October or November of the grant cycle year). Grant awards begin December 1. The Foundation requests that all grants begin December 1 in the year of the program cycle.

For more about applying and for Frequently Asked Questions, see: https://www.cambiahealthfoundation.org/funding-areas/applying-for-the-sojourns-scholar-leadership-porgram.html.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

To access the grantee portal to submit your Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program Letter of Intent (LOI): https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_888?SA=SNA&FID=35096

Elyse Salend, Program Officer: Elyse.Salend@Cambiahealth.com, (503) 499-1340
Jennifer Fuller, Program Officer: Jennifer.Fuller@Cambiahealth.com, (503) 225-5154
Emily Rogers, Program Specialist: Emily.Rogers@Cambiahealth.com, (503) 721-4038

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