Tom Hall Global Health Education Grants
The late Dr. Tom Hall, a global health leader and one of CUGH's greatest supporters, generously provided a gift to support small global health education grants. Dr. Hall passed away May 20, 2017, but his legacy of giving lives on.
CUGH members were invited to apply for either small grants (under $5,000) or for larger grants (up to $10,000). The deadline for the second round of grant proposals was August 20, 2017.
Areas of Interest for Grant Support Include but are not limited to:
(Larger grants must address one of the first three areas marked with an asterisk)
Criteria for Grant Approval
Criteria for Evaluating Grants
***Institutional overhead costs are not allowable costs in these grants.
***Successful applicants will be responsible for any taxation associated with the grant.
To apply, download the attached file and send to email@example.com.
Congratulations to the Successful Applicants from the First & Second Rounds of Funding:
|Lead Principal Investigator||Project Title (First Round)||Final Report|
|Sasha Hernandez||The School of POWHER: A prenatal care training program for Mayan birth attendants|
|Dr. Madelon Finkel||Enhancing blended learning with technology in India||Final Report|
|Dr. James Salway||Virtual EM didactic project for a Sri Lankan emergency medicine training program|
|Dr. Andrew Dykens||Cataloging and matching capacity building opportunities to bridge the knowledge to action gap|
|Dr. Liana Langdon-Embry||Mapping the efficacy of routine mass drug administration for soil-transmitted helminth infections with tailored educational interventions in remote Madagascar: a case study for prospective integrated protocol|
|Dr. Lisa Adams||Compilation/inventory of online global Health courses|
|Lead Principal Investigator||Project Title (Second Round)|
|Dr. Chelsea McGuire||Building Research Skills Among Emerging Family Medicine Postgraduate Training Programs and AfriWon Renaissance Young Doctors Movement in Africa|
|Dr. Jessica Evert||Open Access Publication of Reasoning Without Resources with CUGH co-sponsorship|
|Hussein Haruna||Evaluating the efficacy of interactive game learning and gamification in enhancing and promoting sexual health education|
|Dr. Fred Bulamba||Physician and non-physician anesthesia training in Uganda: Scaling up anesthesia orientation course for new trainees|
|Dr. Mary Goldberg||Implementation and evaluation of an online Wheelchair Services Training Course for clinicians in low and middle income countries: a pilot in Mexico|
|Dr. Edward Kumakech||Training and integration of visual, cost effective and scalable methods for cervical cancer screening and preventative therapy into nursing and midwifery education and practice in Uganda|
|Dr. Brittany Seymour||Toward competency based best practices for global health in dental education: a global health starter kit|
|Dr. Nelly Salgado de Snyder||Course planning: fundamentals of global health in latin america|
|Raksha Sule||Leveraging the "Students as Partners" educational approach to create an online certificate program: Case studies for Professionalism in Global Health|
|Dr. Lee Wallis||A multidisciplinary curriculum for frontline emergency healthcare workers in Uganda|
|Oliver Mweemba||Enhancing Public Health Promotion for Undergraduates at the University of Zambia|