GUIDANCE ON FORMAT FOR APPLICATIONS IN RESPONSE TO RFA HL-04-004, 
CLINICAL RESEARCH CURRICULUM AWARD

RELEASE DATE:  October 3, 2003

NOTICE: NOT-HL-03-016

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
 (http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov)

APPLICATION RECEIPT DATE:  January 16, 2004

In response to questions regarding the format for applications in 
response to Request for Applications (RFA) HL-04-004, Clinical 
Research Curriculum Award 
(http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-HL-04-004.html), 
the following guidance is provided:

The format and outline for the narrative section of the application is 
given in the RFA in the third paragraph under "Submitting an 
Application."  Basically, the narrative section should address: 1) 
Didactic Courses, 2) Institutional Commitment, 3) Career Development 
Plans, 4) Availability of Participants, 5) Research Environment, 6) 
Instruction in the Responsible Conduct of Research, and 7) Program 
Effectiveness.  Do not exceed 25 pages for this section.

If tables are included as part of the application, these should be 
numbered consecutively and be inserted at the end of the narrative 
section.  These tables will not be counted toward the page limitation. 
Examples of tables which may be included are: Lists of Participating 
Faculty, their departments and courses they teach; Lists of Pending 
and Current Funding by the participating faculty; Previous Training 
Record of the K30 program; and Trainee Publications.


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