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NAME OF GRANT

   FUNDING AGENCY

Tony  Back

Claire Creutzfeldt

Randy Curtis

Randy Curtis

Randy Curtis

George Demiris

George Demiris

George Demiris

Ardith Doorenbos

Ardith Doorenbos

Ardith Doorenbos

Ardith Doorenbos

Susan Heckbert

Susan  Heckbert

Susan Heckbert

Caroline Hurd

Dan Lam

Shelby Langer

Stephanie Lee

Stephanie Lee

Taryn Lindhorst

Ann Long

Ann O'Hare

Ann O'Hare

Abby Rosenberg

Abby Rosenberg

Abby Rosenberg

Rashmi Sharma

Helene Starks

 

 

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Pallitalk faculty development

Sojourns palliative care leadership award

Implemeting and disseminating quality metrics for primary and specialty palliative care in inpatient and outpatient settings

Health system intervention to improve communicaiton about EOL care for vulnerable patients

Palliative Care Research Fellowship Program

A problem solving intervention for hospice caregivers

Biomedical and health informatics training grant

Aging and informatics training program

Helping meet the palliative care workforce needs in Washington with a community/academic partnership

Enhancing the success of functional restoration using integrative pain therapies

Applying technology to problems in pain and symptom management

Palliative care symptom management in rural communities

Atrial fibrillation burden vascular disease of the brain and cardiac MRI in MESA

Atrial fibrillation in MESA and JHS

Cardiovascular pulmonary and hematological disease in HIV prevention and treatment

Cambia sojourns leadership award

Integrating palliative care in the dialysis facility

Feasibility and acceptability of a couple-based communication intervention

Improving outcomes assessment in chronic graft vs. host disease

Immune mediated disorders after allogeneic HCT

Use of Research Evidence within Domestic Violence-Service Organizations

Experiences of family members of patients admitted to the ICU from the acute care floor

US Renal Data System Special Study Center on Palliative an EOL Care

Advance Care Planning for Elderly Veterans with Advanced Kidney Disease

Promoting resilience in stress management: a novel intervention

Cancer care in the PICU: a study of social work and chaplain roles

Resilience outcomes in adolescents and young adults with cancer

Racial/Ethnic differences in inpatient EOL communication for patients with advanced cancer

Genes the environment and me

 

 

Arthur Vining Davis Foundation

Cambia Health Foundation

Cambia Health Foundation

PCORI

NIH/NHLBI

NIH

NIH

NIH

Cambia Health Foundation

CDMRP

NINR

NINR

NIH

NIH

NIH

Cambia Health Foundation

Cambia Health Foundation

American Cancer Society

NIH

NIH

NIJ

PCRC

USRDS

NIH

Curesearch for Children's Cancer

American Cancer Society

NIH

American Cancer Society

NCRR

 

Research grants play a key role in the development of continued quality palliative care and procuring these grants has becomes

more competitive.  Therefore, the Cambia PCCE is pleased to announce that since its launch in 2012, grant funding in palliative

care for the members of the research operations of the Center have more than doubled.  We work diligently to be on the cutting

edge of important studies in palliative care and work hard to incorporate findings to improve both palliative care training for

clinicians and quality palliative care services to our patients and families.

 

Below you’ll see the increase in funding of palliative care research at the University of Washington as well as a list of some of

the current studies.  If you’d like more information or would like to contact one of the principal investigators, please email us at

pallcntr@uw.edu

© 2012 - 2017 Cambia Palliative Care Center of Excellence