Research Resources

Grant Generating Project

This fellowship equips family medicine researchers with the skills they need to successfully develop and submit grants for research funding. Once learned, these skills continue to help generate new funds for family medicine research and training, year after year. 

Fellows in the program learn to:

  • Move from concept paper to proposal
  • Formulate research questions
  • Research team composition
  • Conduct a literature search and create a bibliography
  • Organize a timeline and delegate tasks
  • Use editors and grant writers effectively
  • Understand common methods and design issues
  • Prepare a budget and budget justification
  • Manage data
  • Perform statistical analysis
  • Refine and revise proposals

The Grant Generating Project is supported by:

  • The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
  • The North American Primary Care Research Group
  • The American Board of Family Medicine Foundation
  • The Canadian College of Family Physicians
Visit the Grant Generating Project Website

Contact Us

11400 Tomahawk Creek Parkway

Leawood, KS 66211

800.274.7928

Email: stfmoffice@stfm.org 

 

Events

May 29: #STFMChat: Monthly Twitter chat at 8pm CT

June 26: #STFMChat: Monthly Twitter chat at 8pm CT

December 5-8: Conference on Practice & Quality Improvement

 

 

Deadlines

May 31: Deadline to apply for the Faculty Instructor position for the Medical School Faculty Fundamentals Certificate Program

 

June 17: Call for presentations submission deadline for the Conference on Medical Student Education