CARE Award—Transforming care with the ATHNdataset.

ATHN is pleased to offer the ATHN CARE Award—Care through ATHNdataset Research and Evidence. This exciting research opportunity is for nurses, social workers, and other members of the HTC interdisciplinary care team. The CARE Award will give recipients the chance to use the power of real-world data in the ATHNdataset to answer research questions and ultimately, drive improvements in patient care.

The 2020 CARE Award cycle is now open.
Pre-proposals are due by March 3, 2020. Download the Request for Proposals for full details.

The 2020 CARE Awards are made possible by an educational grant from Novo Nordisk and a grant in memoriam of ATHN’s founding CEO Diane Aschman from the Indiana Hemophilia & Thrombosis Center.

We are pleased to announce the 2019 CARE Award recipient below.

The ATHNdataset is a powerful dataset that might be used as a starting point to answer research questions. Previously funded CARE Award projects included research focused on:

  • The effect of socioeconomic status and urbanization on rates of self-infusion and bleed rate in adolescents with severe hemophilia
  • Opioid use in hemophilia

While furthering ATHN's mission to advance knowledge and transform care, the CARE Award provides a valuable career enrichment opportunity for dedicated HTC professionals.

Award Information

  • Eligibility – Members of the interdisciplinary team, including nurses, advanced practice providers, social workers, physical therapists and genetic counselors, at ATHN-affiliated HTCs may apply for the CARE Award. Eligible proposals must utilize data from the ATHNdataset.
  • Funding – The award offers up to $50,000 per recipient for projects lasting up to one year.

2017 CARE Award Recipients

Congratulations to the following CARE Awardees:

Project Title: The Effect of Socioeconomic Status and Urbanization on Rates of Self-Infusion and Bleed Rate in Adolescents with Severe Hemophilia
Funding Period: One year; ends June 30, 2019

Project Title: Opioid Use in Hemophilia
Funding Period: One year; ends June 30, 2019

2019 CARE Award Recipient

Congratulations to the following CARE Awardee:

Project Title: Is Aging Out of Medicaid Associated with Change in Treatment Patterns Among Young Adults?
Funding Period: One year; ends October 15, 2020

ATHN is grateful to Novo Nordisk for making this award possible through a medical education grant.


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