2023 Research Grant Application
PURPOSE AND GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE AWARD
The GFPT is now accepting grant applications for the 2023 research grant program. The application deadline is November 1, 2023. Please click on the link above or below to download the application. Be sure to read the application criteria below.
The purpose of GFPT grant program is to promote the highest quality, scientifically based, and clinically relevant research with priority given to projects with a clinical application. Proposed studies should add to or refine the body of knowledge on which physical therapist practice is based using any of a variety of recognized investigative methods, such as experimental, descriptive, or correlational. Proposed studies should begin to address the most critical questions in clinical practice. The project should be a collaborative venture between two or more partner organizations or institutions.
AMOUNT AND TIME FRAME OF AWARD
GFPT grants are limited to a maximum of $10,000. The application deadline is November 1, 2023. Awardee will be notified by November 15, 2023. Funding will begin as early as November 15, 2023 upon receipt of confirmed IRB approval, and must be expended within a 24 month budget period of the award.
The GFPT Grant funds are available to members of APTA Georgia (formerly PTAG). The applicant must be a Georgia-licensed physical therapist or physical therapy assistant or have met the eligibility for physical therapy licensure. The applicant should contact the Board President before applying if there is any question as to meeting one of the above three criteria.
Type of Proposal
Proposals will evaluate the efficacy and quality of the outcomes of physical therapy interventions and/or services. All research methods, including surveys, qualitative approaches, and interventional studies, are eligible for consideration.
Because proposals are evaluated by an interdisciplinary peer review panel, they should be written to be understood by people who are not in the applicant’s field of study or experts in the applicant’s field of study. Applicants should limit their use of jargon and acronyms whenever possible.
Three easy steps:
Anne Thompson, PT, EdD
Georgia Foundation for Physical Therapy, Inc,
Grant Committee Chair
596 Concord Road SE Smyrna, GA 30082
P: 770.435.5287 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org