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Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency TA Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Jan Bowne
29:04
will there be a webinar for HRSA-22-109? the link is the same as this webinar and that one didn't happen as planned
Mari Ricker (she/her/hers)
29:29
Same question as Jan
Kate Mendola
29:33
Glad I'm not the only one lost!
Caroline Umeda (she/her)
29:34
Same question as well
Whitney Simmons
29:39
Same as above
Kyle Penrod
29:42
I have the same question
Rhoda Owens
29:45
Same question
April Tabor
29:46
Same question here as well.
Rhonda Quador
29:51
I have the same question!
Jeanette Vaughan
29:52
Ditto
Ann
30:15
Same
Tania Daniels
30:26
Same question
Anne Wenders
30:32
Yes, what happened to the TA webinar for 22-109??
JEFFERY DUPLESSIS
30:33
The link listed was for the HRSA-2-109. Will there be another webinar to address this NOFO?
Elias Villarreal Jr
30:58
What happened to 109>>
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
31:04
Question:will there be a webinar for HRSA-22-109? the link is the same as this webinar and that one didn't happen as plannedAnswer: the HRSA-22-109 webinar occurred at 1pm EST today and was recorded. The recording will be posted on the program website
Anne Wenders
31:22
I dare say many people on this call really want to know about 22-109
Cristina
31:33
Hello everyone. Greetings from Puerto Rico
Dianna Linder - Billings Clinic
31:39
How is this different than HRSA-11-110, Promoting Resilience and Mental Health Among Health Professional Workforce (PRMHW) ?
Gerald Ackerman
31:48
We tried to log on to this session and it did not let us on.
Leslie Nitabach
31:57
What happened to the 22-109 webinar?
Sara Afayee
31:59
Hello, if you are looking to download the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), NOFOs can be found on Grants.gov by:• Clicking Package• Click View or Preview• Click Download Instructions.
Elias Villarreal Jr
32:03
The 109 link earlier did not work.
Ann
32:15
Yes, the 109 link did not work
Ruth McDade
32:17
Yes I thought this webinar was at 1pm, and there was no webinar at that time. I am on for 109
Carla Arbushites, St. Luke's
32:17
Yes - same here - when I tried to log on at 1 pm to the link provided, it said the webinar started at 3.
Jeanette Vaughan
32:20
Yes the log in for HRSA 2 - 109 never worked.
E Maxwell Davis
32:25
We are looking for the 109 webinar?!
Kate Mendola
32:35
This info would be great, for 109
Kingsley Chigbu
32:45
Glad we made it
dsutton
33:35
this is not he link I click on.
Mike Mattern
33:37
is this the 109 webinar
kanako
33:54
I am with you all - the 109 webinar never worked and it said to come on at this time but it looks like this is for a different one
E Maxwell Davis
33:56
We logged on for the 22-109 webinar at the originally scheduled time and it never began. Then the time was changed to now. Can someone from HRSA please provide us with the correct link for that webinar?
Anne Wenders
34:37
Would someone from HRSA please respond to the 22-109 questions in the chat?? It would be appreciated, rather than having to wait an hour or more
Wendy
34:57
I received an email just before this started with the correct link
Mike Mattern
35:11
can u share the correct link
Kaethe Weingarten (she/her)
35:12
Did the 22-109 webinar occur and therefore is there a recording we can access? If not, will you present material related to 22-109 during this 90 minutes?
E Maxwell Davis
35:40
The “corrected” link takes you to this webinar.
LCDR Candice T. Karber (she/her)
36:16
Please note the HRSA-22-109 webinar occurred at 1pm EST today and was recorded. The recording will be posted on the program website.
Talia Sierra
36:30
How did the 22-109 webinar occur earlier today, but wouldn’t let anyone on and the meeting never started? How long will it take for the recording to be posted to the website and can you provide the link for that web address where the 22-109 meeting will be posted?
Michele
36:50
Where do we find the corrected link?
E Maxwell Davis
37:09
It did not occur at that time. We kept t the window open for an hour and it never began and then we were sent emails directing us to this time and link instead.
Kate Mendola
37:45
If the webinar occurred, that is very concerning. This response window is already very tight and now a large number of respondents have missed an opportunity for questions.
Mike Mattern
37:50
Candice all of us tried to get on to the training earlier but couldn't so we are looking for a link to the recording or somthing so we can get the info
Wendy
37:53
Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Technical Assistance Center (HRSA 22-111): This grant will provide tailored training and technical assistance to HRSA's workforce resiliency programs.
Wendy
38:05
I don't know how to post the link, I'm sorry
sdennis491404
38:22
Is this the 109 or 111 webinar?
Rhonda Quador
38:29
111
Carl Yonder - HRSA/DBO
38:34
This is the HRSA-21-111 webinar.
Leslie Nitabach
38:37
This is 111.
sdennis491404
38:39
thx
Mike Mattern
38:49
this isn't 109 no one can tell us about the 109 webinar
Talia Sierra
39:03
HRSA stated earlier in this chat that the 22-109 webinar already occurred and they would post the recording to the website. I am wondering how it occurred when no one could get on and how long it will take to post the recording to the website, and if they could provide the web address where it will be posted.
Oanh Nguyen
39:09
HRSA-22-109 DID take place at 1:00 PM ET. However, the links for 109 and 111 were swapped.
Kelly Morton
39:18
I couldn't get into the 109 webinar. Where is the link to the recording?
Leslie Nitabach
39:21
This is very concerning since I was looking for information on 22-109, but the link never worked.
vltenc01
39:49
Can we receive notification when the 109 webinar will be available? Most of us wanted the 109
Michele Guerra
39:50
Will the slides be available?
Teresa McIntyre
40:10
Will a recorded webinar for 109 be available since the links did not work?
Kaethe Weingarten (she/her)
40:16
I would suggest they publish the slides and recording for 109 since many people were unable to get on it
Kelly Morton
40:25
can the 109 slides be posted here?
Mnardone
41:23
Could someone just post the link here that works to review the HRSA-22-109. I did not sign up though Email. I can not find it on the page I think is the main one.
Rhonda Quador
41:54
Thank you for the 109 slides!
Caroline Umeda (she/her)
42:12
Yes, thank you for the 109 slides!
Leslie Nitabach
42:46
Thank you for the 109 slides.
Randy Schwartz
43:00
Slides available?
Angela Mew
43:03
Who can we contact for questions about the 109 slides?
Angela Mew
43:23
As in, who can we email with questions?
JEFFERY DUPLESSIS
43:24
Thank you for the 109 slides.
Anne Wenders
43:35
Thank you for the 109 slides. the contact is Andrea L Knox 301/443-4170
Jackie Ward (she or they series)
43:49
I apologize for coming in late. Could the slides be shared again or after the webinar? I had to rearrange other meetings to be able to attend since I had planned to attend at 1pm today. Thank you.
HRSA PO - Antoinette A
44:02
Q: Should we re-post the webinar information for HRSA-22-109?A: Please note the HRSA-22-109 webinar occurred at 1pm EST today and was recorded. The recording will be posted on the program website. Please note that the TA recording will be accessible online soon; we do not have a specific date at this time. Please continue to monitor www.grants.gov and the HRSA-22-109 website for updates.
Anne Wenders
44:03
the Email for Andrea Knox (109) is HPSWRTP@hrsa.gov
Angela Mew
44:40
Thank you!
Ruth McDade
45:46
HRSA can you pleas post the 109 NOFO?
E Maxwell Davis
47:08
Oanh has provided the slides. Can anyone provide the actual NOFO?
Ruth McDade
47:15
I have the webinar, can you post the109 NOFO?
Kathryn Morgan
47:48
Would you be able to provide slides or information for HRSA-22-110?
Cynthia Ferrari
49:04
PKG00268215 is the NOFO for 22-109
Ruth McDade
49:41
Yes I have this now, thank you
E Maxwell Davis
50:42
Thank you!
Binata Mukherjee (Human Being)
51:17
will the slides be shared?
Sara Afayee
51:49
Hello, if you are looking to download the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), NOFOs can be found on Grants.gov by:• Clicking Package• Click View or Preview• Click Download Instructions.
Erin Grote
52:00
Yes, I was needing the slides and NOFO from the 110 webinar
Carl Yonder - HRSA/DBO
52:32
The recording of today's webinar should be posted on line next week
Kathryn Morgan
52:55
Would you be able to provide slides or information for HRSA-22-110?
Trisha Schultz
54:11
Does this funding opportunity fund FTE position to conduct or facilitate this work?
Barbara Dominguez
56:48
Is the secure website developed and hosted by HRSA or by the grantee?
Janet Torres
59:13
Could a Faith Based entity apply for this grant?
Patricia ONeil, Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority
01:03:38
Will any of this presentation cover best practices?
Nicole Wilkerson
01:05:47
Q: Could a Faith Based entity apply for this grant? A: Yes. If the entity is a nonprofit entity. Health professions schools, academic health centers, state or local governments, Indian Tribes and tribal organizations, or other appropriate public or private nonprofit entities (or consortia of entities, including entities promoting multidisciplinary approaches).Entities providing health care, including health care providers associations and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
Mary Marshall
01:06:52
Are hospital associations eligible for these funds?
Michele Guerra
01:07:19
So does this mean that the executive officers of grant applicants cannot earn more than $199,000 per year? If they do the organization is not qualified to apply?
LCDR Candice T. Karber (she/her)
01:10:02
Question: Will any of this presentation cover best practices? Answer: HRSA will not propose or discuss best practices during this presentation.
Nicole Wilkerson
01:10:39
Yes, hospital associations are eligible including entities providing health care, including health care providers associations and Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs).
LByrd
01:11:24
Question- Does this funding opportunity fund FTE position to conduct or facilitate this work?Answer- Yes. Please note that the purpose of this program is to provide tailored training and technical assistance (TA) to the recipients of Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program (HRSA-22-109) and Promoting Resilience and Mental Health Among Health Professional Workforce (HRSA-22-110). You must submit as Attachment 1 a complete staffing plan and job descriptions for key personnel.
Jackie Ward (she or they series)
01:13:06
Do you know when the 109 webinar will be rescheduled? It was scheduled for 1pm today, but never started.
Owen Beecher
01:14:38
Could you provide further explanation on what would qualify as "appropriate publicor private nonprofit entities"?
Nicole Wilkerson
01:14:38
Please note the HRSA-22-109 webinar occurred at 1pm EST today and was recorded. The recording will be posted on the program website. Please note that the TA recording will be accessible online soon; we do not have a specific date at this time. Please continue to monitor www.grants.gov and the HRSA-22-109 website for updates.
Patricia ONeil, Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority
01:23:15
Where may I reference best practices for Workforce resiliency?
LByrd
01:23:34
Question: So does this mean that the executive officers of grant applicants cannot earn more than $199,000 per year? If they do the organization is not qualified to apply? Answer: No, the legislation does not limit the amount a person can make at your organization, only what can be charged to the federal award. A 100% FTE maximum salary charged to the grant is $199,300. In addition, none of the funds appropriated in this title shall be used to pay the salary of an individual, through a grant or other extramural mechanism, at a rate in excess of Executive Level II. The current Executive Level II salary is $199,300. See Section 5.1.iv Budget – Salary Limitation of HRSA’s SF-424 R&R Application Guide for additional information. This is listed on page 16 of the NOFO.
Sara Afayee
01:23:48
Hello, if you are looking to download the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), NOFOs can be found on Grants.gov by:• Clicking Package• Click View or Preview• Click Download Instructions.
George Leibowitz Stony Brook University
01:25:01
Could you please expand on what is meant by building presence in the HHS regions? Thanks!
Julie Charles, TUC PA Program Analyst
01:27:02
The link for 22-109 came here; nothing was available at 1pm EST
Dayna Montalvo González
01:27:11
Muchas gracias por la información saludos desde Mexico
Luke
01:27:16
Is the consortium approach, wherein an applicant applies in partnership with organizations representing a multi-disciplinary approach included as part of the merit-review process? Are single-applicant approaches discouraged?
Allison Garefino
01:27:43
The link for 22-109 came here; nothing was available at 1pm EST
Sarah Neace
01:28:05
Yes I tried to attend 109 as well, the link did not work
C.J.
01:28:43
I had the same problem with the 109 link, and also missed the updated link for this 3 pm zoom until the zoom had already started.
Erika Iverson
01:29:28
I also could join the 1pm zoom, the link was not working.
Erika Iverson
01:29:42
Could not*
lmunn01
01:30:00
I do not see the NOFO or slides for HRSA 22-110, could these items be posted?
High Sierra AHEC
01:30:20
I am unable to see the slides as well. Possible to repost?
Jane Krienke
01:30:58
Could explain the difference between the "Promoting Resilience and Mental Health among the Health Professional Workforce (PRMHW)" and "Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training?". Could a non-profit hospital apply for both grants?
Michele Guerra
01:31:47
we can't hear you
josephlhayes
01:31:48
109 & 110 are here re[eatedly but I don’t see slides for 110
Lisa Lewis
01:32:30
will the slides be available for download?
Gretchen Forsell
01:33:49
Please explain the funding for honorariums vs speaker feees
Jacob Tebes
01:34:02
To clarify will HRSA 22 110 be available today or next week?
Deb
01:34:03
I don't se 110. Can you please post again?
lmunn01
01:34:10
Slides for 110 please
Luke
01:34:35
Could an applicant apply to implement projects targeting one health profession or should applicants seek to address all health professions with their proposed projects?
Jacob Tebes
01:34:45
I don't believe 110 was posted.
Trisha Schultz
01:37:18
wait
Trisha Schultz
01:37:20
I have one
Jacob Tebes
01:37:24
It does not appear that 110 was posted, can you post these?
Jane Krienke
01:37:31
Could explain the difference between the "Promoting Resilience and Mental Health among the Health Professional Workforce (PRMHW)" and "Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training?". Could a non-profit hospital apply for both grants?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:37:34
questions: Could explain the difference between the HRSA-22-110 "Promoting Resilience and Mental Health among the Health Professional Workforce (PRMHW)" and " HRSA-22-109 Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training?". Could a non-profit hospital apply for both grants?answer: HRSA 22-110 Focuses on establishing, enhancing, or expanding evidence-informed programs or protocols to adopt, promote and implement an organizational culture of wellness that includes resilience and mental health among their employees. and HRSA 109 providing evidence-informed planning, development and training in health profession activities in order to reduce burnout, suicide and promote resiliency among the workforce.
Lisa Lewis
01:37:43
Are labor unions that represent healthcare providers eligible?
Trisha Schultz
01:37:45
we currently do not have a person hired to do this work, will this fund a new position to provide this training?
Anthony Morrell
01:38:04
I’m representing the Professional Firefighters of Maine which is developing a peer support program to address these same issues included here. We would like to further develop our program to cover all Maine fire departments with TA for critical incident stress management and intervention. Also to address ongoing peer support for the prevention of suicide among our members. Is this a feasible funding opportunity?
Jacob Tebes
01:39:23
Can you post slides for HRSA 22-110 in the chat? It appears only 109 and 111 were posted. Thank you.
Rob Murphy
01:39:42
Question: are labor unions representing public safety/fire eligible to apply?
C.J.
01:39:59
Am I reading this correctly, that a program for staff training at one individual Critical Access Hospital is not eligible, that this program is intended for teaching facilities?
lmunn01
01:40:23
Agree, that slides for 22-110 are not found in the chat. Is there a link or a file that can be shared, please?
Deb
01:42:59
What is the website for HSEA 22-``110?
Rob Murphy
01:43:13
Question: are labor unions representing public safety/fire eligible to apply?
lmunn01
01:44:25
Thank you!
Deb
01:44:28
Thank you. Please provide email in chat,
hannah
01:45:40
I have a question
Yang Li
01:46:15
Will there be any future cycles?
Christina Ramsey
01:46:37
For questions related to HRSA-22-111 email us at HPSWRTAC@hrsa.gov
hannah
01:46:54
My loans are consolidated thru the federal government. I work as a nurse at a qualifying site, I had difficulty separating my loans from my first degree. So I missed my application due date because I was waiting on my loan company to separate them.
Christina Ramsey
01:47:20
For questions related to HRSA-22-109 email us at hpswrtp@hrsa.gov
hannah
01:47:27
May I still apply for the nursing repayment loan program this year or do I need to wait until next year