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Research Award 2008


News from Catherine Pouget Research Award 2008


The Catherine Pouget Research Award was established in 2002 by Mapi Research Institute in remembrance of Catherine Pouget, one of the founding members of the Institute.

This annual award is intended to encourage young investigators to study the impact of quality of care on, or improve the quality of life of the terminally ill.

Applicants may include students, degree candidates, fellows, or faculty members early in their research. The selection committee will consider a wide range of research projects whose results are likely to improve the quality of life and/or the health care of the terminally ill. Appropriate research projects would include studies of the impact of interventions on the quality of life of the terminally ill and studies of measures and determinants of quality of life and patients and/or families

perspectives about the quality of care and/or life experiences.

The maximum amount that will be funded will be $ 10,000 for work to be completed over 1 or 2 year period.

Applications for 2008 Catherine Pouget prize should be submitted by September 30,  2008. Application information and forms can be downloaded from the Mapi Research Institute website at www.mapi-institute.com.


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