ARRA-American Reinvestment and Recovery Act – Emergency Medical Services for Children

The grant is intended to meet HHS/OS priorities of improving the research network infrastructure for purposes of comparative effectiveness research.

Applicants should address specific needs in the field of pediatric emergency care that transcend state boundaries.

Objectives must meet a


demonstrable need, and methodologies and strategies for achieving the objectives must be realistic, appropriate and scientifically sound.

Each application must contain an evaluation plan that includes measurable outcomes and clearly defined time frames for conducting the evaluation.
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ARRA - Emergency Medical Services for Children

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