PA Program Grants

Schroeder, J. (Jun. 2005). Physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $150,206 awarded).

Schroeder, J. (Nov. 2002). Training in primary care medicine and dentistry. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $172,785 awarded).

Schroeder, J. (Jun. 2002). Grant for physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $117,194 awarded).

Schroeder, J. (Jun. 2001). Grant for physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $119,353 awarded).

Stein, W. (Nov. 1999). Grant for physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $148,752 awarded).

Stein, W. (Jun. 1998). Grant for physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $121,878 awarded).

Stein, W. (Jan. 1997). Grant for physician assistant training program. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (1 year; $169,982 awarded).

Howlett, B., Tarp, H.C., Hall, R. (Submitted July 11, 2011). The primary care PA: Linguistic and cultural competence curricular determinants of career choice in a rural PA program. HRSA-11-162, Primary Care Training and Enhancement: Physician Assistant Training in Primary Care Program. (5 year, $642,404 requested).

Howlett, B., Hall, R., Morris, W., (Submitted Feb. 26, 2011). Burnout among rural physician assistants. Physician Assistant Education Association and American Academy of Physician Assistants. (2 year; $7,000 awarded).

Howlett B., Bunde C., Cartwright E., Erickson, K. (Nov. 4, 2010). Iron and protein deficiency in rural indigenous Andean people: An interprofessional epidemiologic pilot study. Idaho State University, Division of Health Sciences Enhancement Grant Program. (1 year; $16,500 awarded).

Howlett B., Tarp, C., Phelps, P. (May 21, 2010). From Classroom to Clinic: Inter-professional and Translational Learning of Medical Spanish. HRSA 10-234 Physician Assistant Training in Primary Care. [P. Phelps – Project Director] (5 year: $991,047; Recommended for Approval – Score 95/100; Insufficient Funds Available).

Howlett B, Bunde C, Papa, J, Talford D. (Submitted Feb. 26, 2010). Services provided by rural family physicians and PAs. American Academy of Physician Assistants and Physician Assistant Education Association Research Grant Program. (1 year: $18,397; Recommended for Approval; Insufficient Funds Available).

Bund, C., Howlett B., Galindo S. (2008). Virtual Laboratory for Anatomy and Physiology. Idaho Technology Incentive Grant (1 year: $52,000). Accepted May, 2008.