Applicant Resources

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We offer a variety of resources to help applicants craft strong proposals.

Immediately below are resources for all applicants. View additional resources by expanding the sections below.

Resources for all applicants

1. Watch the RFP webinar (password: KnightCPP1): The webinar includes an overview of the current RFP Special Call for proposals responding to community needs related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

2. Sign up for a project design session: 30 minute consultations to support you in developing your project’s plan. Sessions available between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Aug. 20, 2020, Aug. 27, 2020, and Sept. 3, 2020 (other dates available on request).

3. Required supplemental document:  Budget template 2020-2

    

Data analysis resources (Tier 3 only)

Resources where payment is made directly from a CPP award

Resources where payment is via a contract with the institution 

This list is meant as a resource and is not comprehensive. Applicants/grantees are not required to utilize any of the organizations listed and are welcome to work with private consultants who provide similar services.

Contact organizations directly in order to receive specific estimates for data analysis services in support of your project. It is preferable to contact listed resources during the project development phase. Please include any data analysis costs in your proposed budget. If possible, include a letter of support if the estimate will be included in a proposal.  

This workshop, created by the Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network (CPCRN) with funding from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), aims to build participant's capacity to implement and evaluate evidence-based approaches to address cancer issues.

The workshop is delivered in two sections

  • The introductory modules are available below, which anyone may take at any time.
  • The remaining modules are delivered over three live, online training sessions. See below for details.

Who should take part

  • Community Partnership Program grantees: The workshop series (pre-work and live online training) is required for tier 2 and 3 grantees who have not previously taken the full workshop, which was formerly delivered in-person.
  • Prospective applicants, community researchers and project leaders: We encourage Oregon-based individuals who work with community projects and/or research to participate in this training as the skills you learn will significantly enhance the quality of community-based project design and grant proposals.

Putting Public Health Evidence in Action: Introduction modules

Below we are pleased to offer three introductory modules from the Putting Public Health Evidence in Action training, comprised of recorded webinars with activity guides and practical tools. The three modules should take less than 1.5 hours to complete. 

Anyone may take the introductory modules. (Complete before attending the live online trainings - see below.)

Finding evidence-based approaches module

Selecting an evidence-based approach module

Adapting an evidence-based approach module

Please complete our evaluation after completing the pre-recorded modules.

Putting Public Health Evidence in Action: Live modules

The remaining Putting Public Health Evidence in Action modules are delivered during three live online trainings. Registrants must complete the introductory modules above before the first live training session.

Register here, selecting 'Putting Public Health Evidence in Action" from the drop-down menu. 

Training dates and times:

  • Wednesday July 22, 2020: 10 a.m. to noon
  • Wednesday August 26, 2020: 10 to 11:30 a.m.
  • Wednesday September 23, 2020: 10 to 11:30 a.m.

For the first training, please have available:
1.    The evidence-based approach you selected during that module
2.    A project/grant proposal and any planning or evaluation materials.
3.    Any materials you created while completing the three pre-work training modules (above). 

The following resources are optional for applicants but highly recommended as they help to focus the application and project design. 

Grant information sessions

The Community Partnership Program team is available to share information about the program's mission, application process and resources available to all applicants and grantees. To learn more or request a meeting/presentation in your region or community, please contact us.