One Pagers

The backbone of many proposals is a one page summary of key elements. Commonly referred to as a one-pagers,  these are known as "(specific) aims" pages for many grants. 

The Collective provides assistance crafting or reviewing proposals' specific aims and other one-pagers. The goal is to increase investment and engagement in health systems programs and innovations.

Eligibility
All Department of Medicine faculty and trainees are eligible. Though requests and materials are generally reviewed in the order in which they are received, we prioritize requests submitted or for use by trainees and early career faculty.

Process
People and groups that would benefit from an initial consultation prior to drafting (e.g., to discuss ideas, receive initial input, or flesh out an outline) are encouraged to complete our one pager consultation intake form to initiate the process of scheduling a meeting with our team. Once this consultation has been completed, the submitter and HSC team can determine next steps.

 

People and groups seeking review of an existing one-pager should fill out one pager review intake form. The review process occurs year-round, with the goal of completing and returning initial comments and a proposed plan for subsequent review to the submitter within 3 weeks. Those requiring more rapid turnaround should denote this in their intake form.

 

 

 

 

Questions

Not sure which option is right for you or have additional questions? Contact the Collective team at hscollective[at]uw[dot]edu.