The Arnold P. Gold Foundation is soliciting proposals for mentoring interventions that are specifically designed to help physicians and nurses in training and early practice to be more humanistic in their patient care. Deadline Dec. 1st.
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Student, Resident and Faculty Intitiated Projects
The Gold Foundation funds unsolicited projects, such as research, lectures, curriculum development, community outreach, cross cultural education, and the publication of literary writings related to the practice of humanistic medicine which can be self-sustained and replicated. Although the Gold Foundation does not have a specific funding limit, grants are given for as little as $250 and do not typically exceed $25,000. The Gold Foundation generally provides one-time funding for projects and looks favorably upon those projects, which can be self-sustaining and replicable. The Gold Foundation is particularly interested in innovative programs which include a strong evaluation component.
The Gold Foundation does not typically fund endowments, capital campaigns or scholarships and provides grants only to 501(c)(3) organizations.
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