Public health practice projects proposed and funded by CDC programs and conducted by AAMC member institutions
Workforce Improvement Projects (WIPs) are one method used by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to solicit proposals from members of academic partner institutions in topic areas that are of interest to the CDC Centers, Institutes and Offices (CIOs). WIPs focus on workforce development in various areas of public health practice in domestic or international settings. While these opportunities do not have committed funding, CIOs have a genuine interest in pursuing these activities.
Since 2012, over $800,000 in funding has been awarded to AAMC member institutions.
|PROJECT TITLE||SPONSORING CIO||PROJECT DESCRIPTION||AWARDEE|
|Evaluation and Pilot of the Public Health Quality Self-Assessment Scoring Tool||Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology and Laboratory Services (CSELS)||To provide the means for mobile clinics to assess their public health quality, so that they can better improve population health||Harvard Medical School|
|The CDC Milestones Project: Advancing Integration of Population Health into Graduate Medical Education||Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support (OSTLTS)||To advance the integration of public health competencies into graduate medical education||Duke University and the Association of American Medical Colleges|
|Population-based Surveillance And Outcomes of Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)||National Center on Birth Defects & Developmental Disabilities ( NCBDDD )||To improve information on VTE occurrence, prevention and monitoring||Duke University Medical Center|
|Evaluation of an Automated Information Extraction Tool for Identification of Venous Thromboembolism in Electronic Health Records (EHRs)||National Center on Birth Defects & Developmental Disabilities ( NCBDDD )||To scale-up and validate IDEAL-X to further assess the capacity of the tool to successfully perform VTE identification||Duke University Medical Center|
These Workforce Improvement Projects (WIPs) were supported by Cooperative Agreement Number
5 NU36OE000004 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.