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The Penn Roybal Center on Palliative Care in Dementia
Postdoctoral Training Grant in Critical Care Health Policy Research
Fostering Improvement in End-of-Life Decision Science (FIELDS)
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Crisis Standards of Care & Resource Allocation
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We are always looking to forge partnerships and thrive on the exchange of new ideas.
We are particularly interested in partnering with health systems to design, implement, and evaluate innovative approaches to improve serious illness care.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are not actively seeking new partners at this time. Please email
with questions about specific projects & programs.
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seeking opportunities to contribute to a research project or get involved, please complete an inquiry form below:
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If no, please explain how or whether the PAIR Center might facilitate remote work for you
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If yes, with whom?
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Do you identify with a racial or ethnic group underrepresented in health-related sciences (i.e., Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander) or as someone from a disadvantaged background as defined by the National Institutes of Health:
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