Sample Healthcare Delivery Research Grant Applications
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) frequently receives requests for examples of funded grant applications. Several investigators and their organizations agreed to let the Healthcare Delivery Research Program (HDRP) post excerpts of their healthcare delivery research grant applications online.
We are grateful to the investigators and their institutions for allowing us to provide this important resource to the community. We include a copy of the SF 424 R&R Face Page, Project Summary/Abstract (Description), Project Narrative, Specific Aims, and Research Strategy; we do not include other SF 424 (R&R) forms or requisite information found in the full grant application (e.g., performance sites, key personnel, biographical sketches). To maintain confidentiality, we have redacted some information from these documents (e.g., budgets, social security numbers, home addresses, introduction to revised application).
R01: Using MOST to EMPOWER: Optimizing an Emotional Regulation Intervention to Enhance Well-being Among Young Adult Cancer Survivors
R03: Multi-center Evaluation of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis with Synthesized Two-dimensional Mammography for Breast Cancer Screening
The text of the grant applications is copyrighted. Investigators and others may use the text from these applications only for nonprofit educational purposes provided that the content remains unchanged and that the Principal Investigator(s), their organization(s), and NCI are credited.
Individuals using assistive technology (e.g., screen reader, Braille reader, etc.) who experience difficulty accessing any information should send an email to the HDRP team (NCIHDRP@mail.nih.gov).
Other Sample Grants
See examples of successfully funded grant applications.Behavioral Research Program, DCCPS Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program, DCCPS Implementation Science, DCCPS
Currently Open Funding Opportunity Announcements Relevant to HDRP
See the currently open Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) sponsored or co-sponsored by HDRP; other FOAs relevant to HDRP; and NIH and NCI Parent and Omnibus FOAs for investigator-initiated research.View Current Funding Opportunities