Practice Advancement Demonstration Grants

Sponsored by the ASHP Foundation
The 2015 application cycle is now closed. Please check back for information about the next program offering of sign up for the ASHP Foundation E-news for the latest information.

This research grant program supports demonstration projects related to practice advancement, consistent with the ASHP/ASHP Foundation Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative (PPMI) and Ambulatory PPMI. The overarching goal of the PPMI is to increase pharmacist participation on patient care teams as the professional who is responsible and accountable for patients’ medication-related outcomes while delegating all medication distribution functions that do not require clinical judgment to qualified pharmacy technicians and technology.

Funding Information

Up to two $75,000 grants will be awarded. Grants will be awarded to provide funding for specific practice-based research related to advancing pharmacy practice models and are not intended for long-term support of research programs. Facilities and administrative cost rates that do not exceed 8 percent of the total requested budget are allowed.

Application Process
Please submit letters of intent using the electronic submission process when available. For specific information regarding eligibility and criteria, see the application policies and guidelines when available.

    Proposed Timeline for the 2015-2016 Program Offering

    • Submission materials available: July 20, 2015
    • Letter of Intent deadline: October 5, 2015
    • Full application available: Fall 2015
    • Full application deadline: February 5, 2016
    • Grantees announced: May 2016

    Webinar: How to Submit a Successful Application

    If you are interested in applying for this grant program, we encourage you to watch our pre-recorded webinar for applicants. The entire process is explained by ASHP Foundation Vice President Barbara B. Nussbaum, R.Ph., M.S., Ph.D.

    Grant Recipients
    Learn more about grants funded in this year and in previous years.