AMA doles out $400K in grants to 15 medical institutions

Andrea Park - Print  | 

The American Medical Association announced at its ChangeMedEd conference on Sept. 18 the recipients of the second annual Accelerating Change in Medical Education Innovation Grant Program.

The total $370,000 in funding is spread among 15 medical schools and institutions, awarded in either $30,000 or $10,000 grants. Each institution was selected for its innovative use of technology to address gaps in areas such as medical training, population health and student well-being.

Here are the 15 recipients of the innovation grants, beginning with the $30,000 awards:

$10,000 grants:

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