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Title:
Successful grant writing : strategies for health and human service professionals
Author:
Gitlin, Laura N., 1952-
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Edition:
Second edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Springer Pub. Co., [2004]

©2004
Physical Description:
xiii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780826192615
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Book

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Summary

Designed for health and human service professionals in academic and practice settings, this book will assist inexperienced grant writers as well as those who have been successful but would like to expand their knowledge of grantsmanship skills. The authors provide a framework for understanding the funding world and offer a range of effective strategies and work models for success in obtaining external support. The appendices include a selection of common questions with their answers, a list of key acronyms, and a list of web pages. Second Edition topics include:
A Research Career Trajectory Pilot Research Programs Which Ideas are Hot and Which are Not The NIH Modular Format Elements of a Concept Paper Managing the Grant Award


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Written by professionals with real-world grant writing experience and designed for novice grant seekers, this guide focuses on federal funding for specific fields. However, with its logical organization and clear presentation of the essentials, it will benefit grant seekers in all fields as they prepare to apply to all types of grant makers. Beginning with material on the impetus to seek funds and ending with post-award responsibilities, it covers finding funders, effective proposal writing, budget development, submissions, reviewer responses, and award management. This third edition reflects a newer funding culture with tight budgets, different funding models, electronic submissions, and a preference for collaborative projects. Featuring an attractive format with graphics, tables, boxes, good-sized fonts, appropriate white space, and chapter summaries, the book is easy to read. Appendixes address FAQs; key acronyms; selected Web sites; sample timelines, budget sheets and flowcharts; and guidelines for evaluating collaborative teams. Summing Up: Recommended. Researchers/faculty and professionals/practitioners. J. Drueke University of Nebraska--Lincoln