Grants Awarded

Calkins, Whitney, MD

  • MyAction Plan: Mapping the Path toward Patient Engagement with an Evidence-Based Tool, 2013.

Cichoskikelly, Eileen, PhD

  • University of Vermont College of Medicine Office of Admissions: Assessment and Advancement of Humanism in Medical School Admissions and Beyond. Arnold P. Gold Foundation Grant. 07/01/09 – 06/30/2011.

Rachel Humphrey, MD

  • Improving Adolescent Health Care: Health Improvement Directed Activities For Medicaid-Eligible Children/Youth: Elevate awareness of practicing family physicians, family medicine residents, and medical students about adolescent suicide; better equip family physicians to manage adolescents at risk; and educate family physicians about resources that are available. Grant through Vermont Child Health Improvement Program (VCHIP).

Alicia Jacobs, MD

  • After School Velocity program grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. Study an after school activity program for non-athletic middle school boys.
  •  After School Mindfulness grant from Fletcher Allen Health Care Community Benefits Funds. To develop an after school mindfulness program for school age children.
  •  Community Supported Agriculture grant from TD Bank. Quality study of how a CSA share affects biometrics and sense of wellness.
  •  VCHIP grant for asthma research.
  •  Asthma SmartForm Research project.

Clara Keegan, MD

  • UVM Dept. of Family Medicine VCHIP Grant (2012-2013) Effort focused on provider education regarding communication with adolescents
  • Program Coordinator and Medical Consultant, Reach Out and Read
  • South Burlington Family Practice, South Burlington, VT (2012-present)
  • Blackwell Family Medicine, Westford, MA (2009-2011)

King, John, MD, MPH

  • Improving Child and Adolescent Health Care: Operationalizing and Disseminating Health Improvement for Medicaid-Eligible Children.
  • Improving Adolescent Health Care. Funding Source Vermont Children's Health Improvement Program.
  • Residency Training in Primary Care. Additional Investigators: Monica Romanko, MD; Michael Sirois, MD; David Little, MD. Family Medicine Residency Training in High Quality, Accessible Rural Primary Care Health: HRSA Primary Care Residency Training Grant. Funded by: Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (Year July 2007-June 2011).
  • “Simple Visual Natural Frequency-Based Shared Decision-Making Aids for Patient and Physician in the Pre-diabetes Office Visit.” John G. King, MD, MPH, Brian Flynn, Sc.D. American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation (AAFP/F) and the Research Committee (RC)Joint Grant Awards Program (JGAP).