AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation Program (R36)
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This FOA targets the timely awarding of the doctoral degree. In the Final Progress Report the PD/PI must provide information on the status of his/her dissertation research project, the actual or anticipated dissertation defense date, the actual or anticipated graduation date, and post-doctoral career plans (e.g., if he/she has accepted a job or post-doctoral research position, and if so, what it is.) Within five years of publication of this FOA, NIMH will assess the program’s overall outcomes and gauge its effectiveness in enhancing diversity of the mental health research workforce. The overall evaluation of the Mental Health Research Dissertation Grant (R36) program will be based on metrics that will include, but are not limited to, the following:
NSF Research and Dissertation Grants
Now as you set your mind to begin your research, here are a few guidelines which may help when conducting research for dissertations:
A dissertation research is the culmination of work by a research scholar which leads to the awarding of a degree at the end of it. Dissertation research is an essential part of the birth of a good dissertation. When you undertake research for dissertation there are numerous sources of information available. Dissertation research can be done from books, from field studies, through questionnaires, through case studies or through online sources. This FOA describes the procedures and criteria for the AHRQ dissertation grant program. It updates and supersedes the AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation PAR-09-212, published July 17, 2009.