The CMA Foundation and the Foundation for Advancing Family Medicine (FAFM) have come together to support family physicians in their efforts to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. The result is the COVID-19 Pandemic Response and Impact Grant Program (Co-RIG). This program is deployed in two phases.
Fifteen projects were funded through Phase I and are currently in progress. Phase I applicants and recipients are eligible to apply for Phase II Co-RIG funding.
Phase II will focus on innovations and initiatives that prepare family physicians and their interprofessional teams to cope with the current challenges related to the pandemic, including its longer-term impacts. Initiatives may involve scaling up existing innovations or new initiatives responding to COVID-19. Phase II projects may also address consequences of the current pandemic response or measures to meet challenges caused by future pandemics.
To read the Phase II Request for Proposal registration and application questions click here.
Important: To be eligible to submit a full application, all applicants are required to complete the online registration by February 16, 2021, 4:00 p.m. (ET).