Improving care for patients with substance use disorders
Sponsored by California Academy of Family Physicians and CAFP Foundation
The overall goal of this project is to improve education, outreach, and treatment for patients with substance use disorder disease, including stimulant and opioid use disorder, with a focus on increasing capacity for effective MAT implementation. Our goal is to enhance training, while encouraging creative and innovative approaches to meeting program and community needs. You could choose for example, If appropriate, to take advantage of new developments in health care delivery, such as telemedicine and managing OUD in the context of social determinants of health that are captured during the course of clinical care and/or in the electronic health record, etc. Proposals should identify methods to improve or advance the standard of care for patients, demonstrate how best to implement those methods, and evaluate the outcomes of these efforts.
With the broad goal above in mind, we have selected three objectives for this RFA.
We encourage grantees to use SMART goals/objectives in their proposals. SMART criteria are commonly attributed to Peter Drucker’s management by objective concept. The first known use of the term occurs in the November 1981 issue of Management Review by George T. Doran. The principal advantage of SMART objectives is that they are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time Bound.
Submit completed applications no later than March 3, 2021 to Jerri Davis at email@example.com.
If you have additional questions regarding this RFA, please direct them in writing to Jerri Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Carol Havens, MD, FAAFP, FASAM EAP Chair||Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine Chair, CAFP’s Committee on Continuing Professional Development|
|Thomas C. Bent, MD, FAAFP||Family Medicine CAFP Foundation Board of Trustees|
|Toni Brayer, MD||Internal Medicine, Large systems|
|Condessa Curley, MD, MPH, FAAFP||Family Medicine, Public Health|
|Tipu V. Khan, MD, FAAFP, FASAM||Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine with emphasis in Obstetrics|
|Keith Loring, MD||Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine|
|Aimee Moulin, MD||Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine|
|Heyman Oo, MD||Pediatrics|
|Michael Potter, MD, FAAFP||Family Medicine, Practice based research|
|Lee Ralph, MD||Family Medicine and Sports Medicine|
|Melanie Thompson, MD||Pediatrics|
|David Tran, MD, MPH||Family Medicine and Palliative-Hospice Medicine|
|Jerri L. Davis, CHCP||CAFP Staff|
|TBD||CAFP Foundation Staff|
|Shelly Rodrigues, CAE||Consultant|
The first cohort of the CA‐PCRPC project included 28 family medicine, internal medicine and OB‐Gyn residency programs. We are pleased to offer this list of programs and approved projects; a full results report will be produced and disseminated at the end of the grant cycle.
This project summary is not posted as an example of what applicants should duplicate. The overall goal of this project is to improve education, outreach, and treatment for patients with substance use disorder disease, including stimulant and opioid use disorder, with a focus on increasing capacity for effective MAT implementation. Our goal is to enhance training, while encouraging creative and innovative approaches to meeting program and community needs. We are looking for creative local solutions that meet one or more of the objectives outlined in the RFA: