Grant and Sponsorship Opportunities

The Primary Care Consortium provided funding for a health professional student-led Hotspotting project at Grady. Primary Care Progress members Colin McNamera (MSN (FNP) candidate) and Madeleine Rutledge (SON NP student) presenting at Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing Student Scholars Day.

Emory’s Primary Care Consortium acts as a resource for faculty, providers, and learners to discover new opportunities for funding, research, education, clinical practice, leadership, and service.

*PCC grants and sponsorship funding temporarily frozen due to COVID-19.*

Advocacy, Social, and Educational Opportunities (ASE)

The advocacy, social, and educational funds are designed to increasing awareness of primary care activities within and across Emory Healthcare (including the Emory Clinic, Emory Specialty Associates, and the Emory Healthcare Network), the Emory University School of Medicine, Emory's Rollins School of Public Health, and Emory's Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing.

The funds offered through this category are designed to support Emory social, educational, and advocacy activities related to enhancing primary care at Emory. Program funds will be available to groups of no less than three people to support events that are well planned, well-advertised (including recognition of the Emory Primary Care Consortium funding), and of general interest to a broad primary care audience.

Learn more about Emory Primary Care Consortium's advocacy, social and educational opportunities.

 

Learner-Initiated Professional Development (LIPD)

The Learner Initiated Professional Development funds provide up to $10,000 each fiscal year to support learners seeking to engage in professional development activities that will lead to advancements in primary care at Emory University.

Activities eligible for funding include, but are not limited to:

  • Scholarly conference attendance for the purpose of giving an oral/poster presentation
  • Leadership developmental meeting attendance for the purpose of learning leadership skills

Any Emory University learner (students, residents, or fellows) may apply.

Learn more about the Learner-Initiated Professional Development program.

Grants

The Emory Primary Care Consortium provides grants up to $2,500 to support any project that involves research, quality improvement, advocacy, development of clinical decision support tools, or educational activities in support of advancements in primary care (as it relates to patient safety, innovations in healthcare delivery, addressing disparities in healthcare, etc.).  

Learn more about Emory Primary Care Consortium's grant opportunities.