Prior Funded Seed Grants

2011-2012

Dr. Rebecca Allen, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
Helping Aging Prisoners’ Placement when the End is Near (HAPPEN)
$8,000 (continuation of a previously funded application; $3,000 in unexpended funds, $5,000 for ongoing research)

Dr. Giyeon Kim, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
“Geographic Differences in Health Disparities Grants Funded by National Institute on Aging”
$5,000

Dr. A. Lynn Snow, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
“Development of Patient-Centered Care Assessments of Staff and Resident Behavior: Tools to Support Research and Practice Improvement”
$5,000

2010-2011

Dr. Rebecca Allen, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
Helping Aging Prisoners’ Placement when the End is Near (HAPPEN)
$10,000

Dr. Giyeon Kim, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
“Exploring Rural and Urban Disparities in Mental Health Service Utilization among Older Adults”
$5,000

Dr. A. Lynn Snow, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
“Ethnographic Study of Culture Change in a Large Long-Term Care Facility”
$5,000

2009-2010

Dr. Rebecca Allen, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
Archive of Aging-Related Measures
$5,000

Dr. Giyeon Kim, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
“Aging-Related Databases for Secondary Analysis”
$5, 000

Dr. A. Lynn Snow, PI
CMHA/Dept. of Psychology
The University of Alabama
Longitudinal Tracking of Geriatric Psychiatric Inpatients at Mary S. Harper Center”
$4,000

2008-2009

Dr. Ellen Csikai, PI
School of Social Work
The University of Alabama
Transitioning to Hospice and Decisional Change Over Time: Communication with Health Professionals as a Factor in Differential Access to Hospice
$6,000

Dr. Gordon MacNeil, PI
School of Social Work
The University of Alabama
Development of Banking Positives: An Intervention for Caregivers of Persons with Serious Mental Illness
$3,760

Dr. Forrest Scogin, PI
Department of Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences
The University of Alabama
Pilot study of the Feasibility of Telephone Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Vulnerable, Rural Older Adults
$9,900

2007-2008

Dr. Rebecca S. Allen, PI
Department of Psychology
College of Arts & Sciences
The University of Alabama
What’s Important?  A Qualitative Examination of Legacy Project Transcripts
$1,728

Dr. Jullet Davis, PI
Dept. of Management and Marketing
College of Commerce and Business Administration
The University of Alabama
Comparing Hospice and Non-hospice Quality of Care and Service Utilization Patterns in Nursing Homes by Ownership Status
$2,000