Proposal Critique: Partnership for Childhood Injury Prevention (PCIP) Pediatric Service Providers Training Program

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Project: Partnership for Childhood Injury Prevention (PCIP) Pediatric Service Providers Training Program As indicated by the gap analysis and review of participants' narrative and accompanying sections, this proposal presents as a strong document that I would fully fund the project. . Abstract and Summary The abstract identifies the applicant, project title, purpose of the proposed project. In the abstract, the reader can find the significance of the problem and the author's understanding of the research problem. The abstract delineates applicant capability with respect to project implementation, and identified an anticipated end result. Moreover, the proposed budget is included in the abstract. The abstract clearly describes the purpose of the project, and provides who, what, how, and where details about methodology and deliverables. The injury prevention project is unique since it is the only program in the area that is jointly coordinated between healthcare providers and trained technicians. The methods that will be used to train pediatric service providers about childhood injury prevention so that, in turn, they can train parents are specifically delineated. Needs / Problem Statement This section describes why the project is needed, for instance, identifying service gaps. Moreover, the project lead provides evidence that they have the capacity to support the need, and underscores how the project supports the funders' mission. In addition, this section includes

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