Contract: $500,000 - National Institutes of Health - Sep. 18, 2009
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Award Description: In 2009, the NIDA-funded Center of Excellence for Physician Information at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University finalized an innovative web-based education module for medical students on treating patients with substance use disorders. The purpose of conducting an assessment of this NIDA-funded educational resource module is to promote advances in our understanding of web-based training of addiction medical curricula among medical students, primary care residents and primary care physicians. Further, providing a research base for the future data collection, analysis, dissemination and implementation of this medical education module will bring us closer to providing patients with the very best in medical care. Under this task, NIDA is seeking oversight support in the implementation study of this medical education module. JBS will coordinate the project and track the use of funds by subcontractors who will be designing and conducting the study. JBS' responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, performing financial oversight and monitoring, making certain that the subcontractors are reaching study milestones, completing all of the reporting requirements for this task (i.e., completion of regular detailed performance reports), and identifying opportunities to disseminate the results of this study.
Project Description: None
Jobs Summary: 0.2 FTEs of JBS managerial and evaluation staff responsible for project oversight and monitoring of subcontractor(s) selected by NIDA to perform the evaluation of the resource module. Estimated 2.0 FTEs of subcontractor(s) staff to perform the evaluation study of the educational resource module. (Total jobs reported: 2)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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