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Grants

Throughout its history, the China Medical Board has adopted a policy of not accepting unsolicited grant proposals. Thus, inquiries or unsolicited proposals may not receive an expeditious reply. The rationale is straightforward—CMB's strategic grant-making is highly focused on targeted activities to advance its mission. In its earliest phase, the China Medical Board devoted nearly all of its financing to Peking Union Medical College. Since 1950, the China Medical Board’s grant-making has been targeted at key Chinese and Asian universities. CMB encourages international groups wishing to work in China to establish relationships directly with CMB-affiliated Chinese and Asian institutions.

Year/Grant no. Granteesort descending Program Amount
(2016)
15-226
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • CMB-OC: Mobile Phone Interventions for Smoking Cessation
  • January 01, 2016 to December 31, 2018
  • China
  • This study proposes to use an SMS text-messaging approach to offer a smoking cessation service to 4,000 smokers.
  • Yanhai Liao
(2008)
08-883
Health Professional Education $175,000
  • Development of an Educational Model to Strengthen Community Nursing
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2011
  • China
  • This project aims to develop community health nursing education and a training model at multiple levels in Hunan Province.
  • He Guoping
(2013)
12-116
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $149,888
  • CMB-OC: Improving Pre-Hospital Care in China Through Training
  • January 01, 2013 to December 31, 2015
  • China
  • This three year project with a budget of $149,888 aims to carry out an observational study of the current status of the county-level pre-hospital care in Hunan province and explore the feasibility of a provincial-wide model for strengthening pre-hospital care services. Based on the observational study, standardized web-based pre-hospital care training will be developed and carried out in regional pre-hospitals centers, half of which will be randomly selected to receive in-person training. Evaluation of knowledge and critical actions performed by pre-hospital service providers, as well as some key health outcome variables, will be compared to produce suggestions for improving pre-hospital care quality. PI: XIAO Ping, Central South University
  • Xiao Ping
(2022)
22-490
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • Adjustment Disorder among Medical Residents
  • January 01, 2025 to December 31, 2025
  • China
  • The goal of this project is to promote early detection, early diagnosis, and early intervention for adjustment disorder among medical residents.
  • Mingxuan XIE
(2017)
16-256
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • CMB-OC: GDM Prevention in Rural Areas
  • January 01, 2017 to December 31, 2020
  • China
  • This project aims to prevent Type 2 diabetes in women with prior gestational diabetes mellitus in rural China using an evidence-based intensive lifestyle modification program.
  • Guo Jia
(2018)
17-268
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • CMB-OC: Aged Care Nurse Training
  • January 01, 2018 to April 30, 2020
  • China
  • The project will implement and test the effects of the Aged Care Clinical Mentoring (ACCM) model on the quality of care at 10 nursing homes in Hunan Province.
  • Feng Hui
(2013)
12-115
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $136,900
  • CMB-OC: Intervention to Decrease Cost of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • January 01, 2013 to December 31, 2015
  • China
  • This project aims to develop, deliver, and evaluate hospital outreach intervention for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). A randomized controlled trial will be carried out, and the study team will develop intervention manuals and employ interviewing techniques to minimize the lack of adherence.
  • Yan Jin
(2019)
19-343
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • CMB-OC: Patient Self-management of Warfarin
  • January 01, 2020 to December 31, 2023
  • China
  • This project will evaluate the effectiveness, safety, and cost-effectiveness of the “Safe Multidisciplinary App-assisted Remote patient-self-Testing (SMART)” model for Warfarin home management.
  • Tan Shenglan
(2019)
18-292
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • CMB-OC: Physician-pharmacist collaborative clinics
  • January 01, 2019 to December 31, 2022
  • China
  • This study will develop a new cross-disciplinary model to provide better care for diabetes patients.
(2013)
13-162
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $135,000
  • Newborn Intensive Care Units Study
  • January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2016
  • China
  • This study aims to demonstrate that allowing parents to care for their newborns in the newborn intensive care units improves the medical outcomes of preterm infants.
  • HEI Mingyan
(2013)
12-114
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $109,916
  • CMB-OC: Schizophrenia Case Management in Rural China
  • January 01, 2013 to December 31, 2015
  • China
  • This study with a budget of $109,916 is designed to compare the effects of village doctor-assisted case management (VD model) for patients with schizophrenia versus care-as-usual (CAU model) in rural China. It is expected that the VD model, when compared with the CAU model, will lead to a higher systematic treatment rate, lessened schizophrenic symptoms, better social function, lower hospitalization rate, and lower incidence of risky behavior among schizophrenia patients. PI: GONG Wenjie, Central South University
  • Gong Wenjie
(2008)
08-892
Health Professional Education $330,000
  • Study of "Three-in-One" Model for Rural Doctor Training
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2012
  • China
  • This four-year project aims to develop a sustainable model for the training of rural doctors based on improved curriculum for teaching, promotion and back-up of practical medical technologies, and formation of a regional hospital cooperation network.
  • Sun Hong
(2008)
08-893
Health Professional Education $330,000
  • Training Rural and Urban Family Doctors in Regional Campuses
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2013
  • China
  • This project proposes to establish eight regional campuses in Liaoning Province to provide training for rural health providers and urban family physicians leading to vocational certification or professional degrees.
  • Zhao Qun
(2010)
10-016
Health Professional Education $297,895
  • Capacity Building in Medical Education in China
  • January 01, 2011 to December 31, 2015
  • China
  • The goal of this five year proposal of $297,895 is to build faculty capacity in medical education in China through a collaboration between China Medical University and FAIMER (The Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research).
  • Zhao Qun
(2009)
09-977
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $260,000
  • Promoting Patient Safety Practices in China
  • January 01, 2010 to December 31, 2014
  • China
  • This five-year project aims to begin promoting patient safety practices in China.
  • Wang Danan, Guo Qiyong
(2016)
15-219
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $300,000
  • CMP-CP in Quality and Safety of Health Care
  • January 01, 2016 to December 31, 2018
  • China
  • Health informatics technology and digital medical technology will help physicians improve efficiency in diagnosis and treatment and enhance quality and safety of health care services.
  • Qiyong Guo
(2011)
11-047
Health Professional Education $235,000
  • Promote China's Dissemination, Review, and Adaptation of the Global Commission Report
  • July 01, 2011 to June 30, 2015
  • China
  • The project will launch research and pilot studies contributing to a third generation of health educational reforms.
  • Sun Baozhi, Zhao Yuhong
(2008)
08-884
Health Professional Education $146,050
  • Development of Community and PhD Nursing Programs
  • July 01, 2008 to June 30, 2011
  • China
  • The project aims to establish practice bases in community and hospital settings for the training of 195 community nurses in Northeast China over the coming three years.
  • Qiao Min
(2008)
08-935
Health Professional Education $395,000
  • Dissemination and Faculty Development in Medical Education Innovation
  • January 01, 2009 to December 31, 2013
  • China
  • This project will continue capacity building and introduce international advanced medical education concepts, modules, and experience with a final goal to improve the quality of medical education and healthcare in China.
  • Sun Baozhi, Zhao Yuhong
(2011)
11-077
Health Professional Education $200,000
  • Standardizing Competency-Based Residency Training
  • January 01, 2012 to December 31, 2016
  • China
  • Innovations in Health Professional Education
(2019)
18-291
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $80,000
  • CMB-OC: Intervention to children obesity
  • January 01, 2019 to December 31, 2020
  • China
  • A community-based intervention will be piloted with 6 families and 50 children and its effectiveness will be evaluated.
(2013)
13-161
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2016
  • China
  • This project aims to implement an “Early Supported Discharge” stroke rehabilitation program to improve the physical functioning of disabled stroke patients in rural China.
  • SHI Jingpu
(2016)
15-229
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $132,000
  • CMB-OC: Quality of Life of Shidu Families
  • January 01, 2016 to December 31, 2018
  • China
  • This study aims to assess the quality of life of shidu families (parents who have lost their only child) using the validated SF-36 quality of life instrument.
  • Yang Wang
(2022)
22-459
Health Professional Education $100,000
  • Evaluating resident core competency through construction of an information management platform
  • January 01, 2023 to December 31, 2023
  • China
  • The objective of this project is to organically integrate Milestone assessment into the residency training management information system.
  • Yihong SUN
(2015)
14-194
Health Policy and Systems Sciences $150,000
  • CMB-OC: Reduce Neonatal Infections
  • January 01, 2015 to December 31, 2018
  • China
  • This four-year project aims to decrease neonatal mortality through controlling hospital-acquired infections.
  • Cao Yun

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