The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) will award R34 research grants to support projects that facilitate the implementation of evidence-based practices in addiction treatment and prevention.
The Building System Capacity for Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention grants provide “resources to facilitate research on the adoption, implementation, and sustainability of evidence-based clinical treatment practices, prevention approaches, and business practices in community-based service delivery settings,” according to the grant announcement.
NIDA is especially interested in projects that “advance the field of implementation science while simultaneously building the capacity of systems and service providers to conduct process improvement research.”
Nonprofits, for-profit entities, schools, government agencies, and others may apply. Application deadline is May 7, 2012.
For more information, see the full grant announcement online.