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Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program Technical Assistance Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
natasha golub
35:08
I am trying to join the following HRSA TA webinar: Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program (HRSA 22-109): July 22 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET. the link for it is not working, saying it is at 3pm....
Harry Mazurek
37:03
Is this the presentation for HRSA-22-109 or 111. The website this is the time slot for 109
Susan Beidler
38:28
This is the correct presentation for this time, but the link was with the later presentation.
natasha golub
39:21
? So is the HRSA-22-109 presentation at 3pm instead of 1pm as listed?
gmarion
39:44
The link for 22-109 is for the 3p 22-111. we need the correct link for 22-109
Beth Murray HAP
40:09
Agreed there is some confusion. Is this presentation "Technical Assistance Webinars for Funding Opportunities Promoting Resiliency and Burnout Reduction in the Health and Public Safety Workforce"
Christian Ketel
40:09
Also trying to get into HRSA-22-109
Carl Yonder - HRSA/DBO
40:53
This is the HRSA-22-109 webinar.
Christian Ketel
42:00
Thanks @ Carl. The link is wrong if this is the HRSA-22-109 from the email.
Madeleine
42:48
The links for this webinar and the one later today on 22-111 are switched in the emails.
Rebecca Russell-Fennell (she/her)
44:34
What might be considered an "appropriate" nonprofit organization?
Jordyn Reed
44:50
If a state organizing body is applying for funding, do we need to get accreditation documentation for any participating schools?
Cara Cahoon
44:55
Are Community Health Centers eligible?
Mallory Temple, OPCA (she/her)
45:11
Are PCAs eligible to apply?
Lindsey Myers (ASTHO)
46:12
Are state, local and territorial public health staff considered part of the "Health Workforce"?
Mary Marshall
46:55
Are State Hospital Associations eligible?
Janell Blackmer
47:13
Will an application be considered responsive if they focus on one of the target audience categories? Or will the proposal need to address all or multiple categories?
E Angeles Martinez Mier (she/her/hers)
49:00
Are health professional schools encouraged to apply to this funding opportunity (HRSA 22-109)?
E Angeles Martinez Mier (she/her/hers)
49:42
Or are they also allowed to apply to HRSA 22-110?
Cara Cahoon
51:14
Could you please clarify the difference between HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-111 in terms of which agencies are most appropriate to apply for each?
Christian Ketel
51:58
yes
School of Sales Nigeria
52:40
Yes we can hear you
FWoodburn
53:10
Yes, Community Health Centers are eligible.
Kristi Andreski
55:01
Could you please clarify the difference between HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-111?
Megan Lincoln
56:22
State and Local Government's do not need to be accredited.
LCDR Candice T. Karber (she/her)
59:03
Question: Could you please clarify the difference between HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-111 in terms of which agencies are most appropriate to apply for each? Answer: HRSA-22-109 is a training program and HRSA 22-111 is a technical assistance center that will provide tailored TA to the HRSA-22-109 award recipients.
Veronica Romanov
01:00:02
Why are the anticipated award amounts decreased in Y2 and 3? What cost elements will be lower?
Debra D'Alessandro
01:00:07
Accreditation costs excluded from allowable budget -- does that include application and certificate fees for CME and other professional continuing education credits, or does that refer to an organizational accreditation?
Melba Ashby
01:00:35
Program DefinitionsA glossary containing general definitions for terms used throughout the Bureau of Health Workforce NOFOs can be located at the Health Workforce Glossary. Additional definitions specific to this NOFO can be found in Section VIII below.
Megan Lincoln
01:00:44
Question: If a state organizing body is applying for funding, do we need to get accreditation documentation for any participating schools?Answer: State and Local Government's do not need to be accredited.
Rayna Letourneau
01:01:19
Are co-Project Directors allowed or does the application have to identify only 1 PD?
Maggie Sullivan
01:03:10
Are FQHCs eligible for this funding opportunity?
Soni Regan
01:03:43
Can activities only take place in a Medically underserved area or rural area using the HRSA MUA's and HRSA's Rural Grant analyzer program?
Bryan Sexton - Duke, NC
01:03:44
When it says training that lasts from a few weeks to a few months, how would that view a program that uses a monthly model of one hour per month for a year?
Susan Winters
01:04:24
On Page 14 (evaluation and technical support capacity section, #2) of the NOFO, the link for required data forms does not contain information regarding the elements for this specific program. Could you please specify what these elements would be or where to find the applicable list?
School of Sales Nigeria
01:04:47
#IntroHi everyone,I'm pleased to connect with y'all.My apologies to the organizer of this webinar. Permit me to do this.My name is Tobi Emmanuel. I am a professional grant writer with over 4 years of experience in winning grants. I am here because one of the clients I helped to write grant applications invited me here.You may need my service as a freelance grant writer. I am experienced in Project design, Budget preparation, Monitoring and Evaluation, work plan, data analysis, data collection, project reporting, etc., or any other technical writing.I am familiar with top grant application websites e.g grant.gov, nova.edu, etc. I have also written USAID grants, UNDP grants, and more. Would you like to see my past grants and successes?send me a mail at mayokuntemmanuel@gmail.com or tobi@arkcelerategroup.comThanks 🙇
Cara Cahoon
01:05:34
Follow up question - my apologies! I meant to refer to the difference between HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-110 - could you please clarify the difference between 109 and 110 in terms of who is best to apply for each? Thank you.
Harry Mazurek
01:09:42
Fringe benefits are not allowed for participants but are allowed for key personnel listed on SF424. Would it be correct to say that participants are limited to those receiving training but not those providing the training?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:09:53
Question: Are co-Project Directors allowed or does the application have to identify only 1 PD?Answer: HRSA only recognizes 1 PD.
Melba Ashby
01:09:59
Program Specific Definitions can be accessedhttps://bhw.hrsa.gov/glossary this is the BHW online glossary
Nicole Wilkerson
01:10:10
HRSA-22-111 – Eligible applicants include 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).HRSA-22-109 – Eligible applicants include 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 such entities, including entities promoting multidisciplinary approaches).
Maggie Sullivan
01:11:11
Does that mean that FQHCs are NOT eligible for HRSA-22-109?
LCDR Candice T. Karber (she/her)
01:12:30
Question: Are health professional schools encouraged to apply to this funding opportunity (HRSA 22-109)? Or are they also allowed to apply to HRSA 22-110?Answer: If your organization fits the eligibility for HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-110, you are eligible to apply. These are two separate funding opportunities. HRSA-22-109 is a training program and HRSA 22-111 is a technical assistance center that will provide tailored TA to the HRSA-22-109 award recipients. Each organization should choose the NOFO that best fits their agency mission, strengths, and capabilities.
Lombardi, Brianna
01:14:28
Do health care students and health professional schools include schools for behavioral health providers like social workers, counseling, and peer support specialists?
FWoodburn
01:15:27
Fringe benefits are not allowed for participants but are allowed for key personnel listed on SF424. Would it be correct to say that participants are limited to those receiving training but not those providing the training? Yes, that is correct. Fringe Benefits are allowable for those staff who work on the program. Fringe benefits are not allowed for Participants; participants are the trainees receiving the training.
LByrd
01:15:41
Question- Accreditation costs excluded from allowable budget -- does that include application and certificate fees for CME and other professional continuing education credits, or does that refer to an organizational accreditation?Answer- Per the NOFO on page 22- Accreditation costs (i.e. Renewals, annual fees, etc.) of any kind are not allowable under this program. The funding restriction is for organizational accreditation costs and fees.
Lisa Lewis
01:17:12
Will this slide presentation be made available to session attendees?
gmarion
01:19:38
Will webinar and Q&A for HRSA 22-110 be published since I had to be in clinic yesterday when this occurred?
Nicole Wilkerson
01:20:55
Question: Do health care students and health professional schools include schools for behavioral health providers like social workers, counseling, and peer support specialists? Answer: yes
HRSA PO - Antoinette A
01:21:05
Question- Follow up question - my apologies! I meant to refer to the difference between HRSA-22-109 and HRSA-22-110 - could you please clarify the difference between 109 and 110 in terms of who is best to apply for each.Answer- HRSA 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.
E Angeles Martinez Mier (she/her/hers)
01:21:36
Will all activities of the program have to target/take place in an underserved area and/or population? For example a dental school with multiple sites, some of which are located in rural MUAs, some of which are not, and providing care for populations that are underserved and others that are not.
Bryan Sexton - Duke, NC
01:22:26
When it says "training that lasts from a few weeks to a few months," how would that view a program that uses a monthly model of one hour per month for a year?
Lindsey Myers (ASTHO)
01:25:18
Are public health professionals (e.g. people working at state health departments on the COVID response) considered "health professionals" under this NOFO?
Alex Fogarty - SCF
01:27:53
If we are not applying as a school/academic center, what should we include in attachment #6?
Jennifer Taylor
01:27:57
Can you please clarify the page limit. The FOA states the application limit was 70 pages, not 75.
Susan Winters
01:27:59
NOFO lists the page limit as 70 pages, the slides just shared lists page limit as 75. Which is the correct page limit?
Christian Ketel
01:28:07
It looks like page 8 of the NOFO says the application is 70 pages max.
Nicole Wilkerson
01:28:17
Question - Does that mean that FQHCs are NOT eligible for HRSA-22-109? Answer - Yes FQHCs are eligible as they would be considered a nonprofit entity per the eligibility requirements.
Isabel
01:28:29
Q: Will an application be considered responsive if they focus on one of the target audience categories? Or will the proposal need to address all or multiple categories?A: Does not need to target all.
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:28:32
Question: Will webinar and Q&A for HRSA 22-110 be published since I had to be in clinic yesterday when this occurred? Answer: yes, the call was recorded and will be posted on the program website with the coming days. Please contact the project officer noted on the front page of the NOFO for more information
Harry Mazurek
01:28:45
The NOFO says the page limit is 70. Has it been increased to 75?
Nicole Wilkerson
01:28:57
Question: Are public health professionals (e.g. people working at state health departments on the COVID response) considered "health professionals" under this NOFO? Answer: yes
dnoble
01:30:19
Are you able to clarify differences b/t HRSA 22- 109,110, and 111?
Lombardi, Brianna
01:30:28
Are the clinical priorities”
Sara Afayee
01:30:31
Hello, if you are interested in downloading the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), NOFOs can be found on Grants.gov by:• Clicking Package• Click View or Preview• Click Download Instructions.
Chelsea Ganc
01:30:57
Is there HRSA 22-109?
Lombardi, Brianna
01:30:58
Sorry are the clinical priorities mentioned suicide, mental health, SUD?
Chelsea Ganc
01:31:09
IS this* HRSA 22-109?
Bryan Sexton - Duke, NC
01:31:11
How does HRSA handle a proposal that addresses burnout but not directly suicide or substance abuse?
Valerie Wright
01:33:34
Will preference be given to those applications which include underserved communities?
attendee1
01:33:46
How are applicants to determine/prove their trainings benefit rural and medically underserved communities
LByrd
01:34:19
Question: Why are the anticipated award amounts decreased in Y2 and 3? What cost elements will be lower?Answer- The decremental funding of the NOFO is being made available to provide immediately access to respond to the current impact, as these are American Rescue Plan funds.
natasha golub
01:34:22
Can you please elaborate more about 109 vs 110 because the answer that was read is confusing. is on focusing on trainees and one on healthcare professionals who are already practicing??
LCDR Candice T. Karber (she/her)
01:35:18
Question: Is this HRSA 22-109? Answer: Yes, you are currently reviewing the TA webinar for the Health and Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program, HRSA-22-109.
attendee
01:35:37
Would hosting a wellness/burnout hotline be considered as a deliverable?
Angel (Anhel) Braña (Brah-Niah)
01:36:12
While fringe benefits for participants are no allowed, per diem for participants is allowed… right?
Angel (Anhel) Braña (Brah-Niah)
01:38:28
Is there any minimum of FTE for the PD?
Peggy Rueda
01:38:52
Can we apply for more than grant one if eligible?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:39:44
Question: Can we apply for more than grant one if eligible?Answer: yes
Kelly Reinhardt
01:39:58
Can CE credits be paid from the grant for participants
dnoble
01:40:34
Do you recommend that HRSA 109 applicants apply for HRSA 111?
Christian Ketel
01:40:48
The first year has more funds for immediate needs in the workforce. In that first year, can recipients provide direct patient care in coordination with training?
Valerie Wright
01:41:21
It seems like we could work in a small community which has a jail, small rural hospital, counseling center and health department - it is just the county is very small. I wonder how we would be considered next to others who might have a larger group they are serving.
Steve Katsikas (Spalding University, Louisville, KY)
01:41:51
Would a proposal targeting multiple disciplines be more favorably reviewed than a proposal that only targeted a single discipline? There seems to be a preference for narrow focus, though maybe I am misunderstanding that
Valerie Wright
01:41:56
We would look to include the hospital and health department staff as well as the police officers and the counselors - looks like we can include all of them - correct?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:42:04
Question: Do you recommend that HRSA 109 applicants apply for HRSA 111?Answer: Please apply to the funding opportunities that your organization is eligible for and interested in
Christian Ketel
01:42:47
Clarification...When i say patients, I mean professionals and paraprofessionals in need of immediate mental health/coping assistance
Megan Lincoln
01:42:50
Question- If we are not applying as a school/academic center, what should we include in attachment #6?Answer- provide a copy of your active accreditation or active approval from state government
HRSA PO - Antoinette A
01:43:06
Q: Will preference be given to those applications which include underserved communities?A: This funding opportunity does not have a funding preference
Brian Kelley
01:43:18
Would a multi-state proposal focusing on rural areas be permitted and viewed favorably?
Maggie Sullivan
01:43:20
What documentation would an FQHC need to provide/
Soni Regan
01:43:49
Where does the training have to take place? is it only in MUA's and Rural areas?
Kelly Reinhardt
01:44:08
For 22-109, are applicants allowed to focus on health workforce only or must include Safety Officers (fire, ambulance, law enforcement, etc.)?
Harry Mazurek
01:44:12
If applying as a consortium of medical schools does each entity need to provide their letter of accreditation or only the lead organization?
Irene Valdovinos
01:44:41
I'm sorry did you already clarify the application page limit? Is it 75 or 70 pages?
LByrd
01:44:53
Question: While fringe benefits for participants are no allowed, per diem for participants is allowed… right?Answer: Per pages 16-17 of the NOFO under participant support costs: Applicants must use grant funds to pay for participant support costs (training costs for workshops, tuition/ fees, supplies, CEU costs, etc.) for short term training to reduce and address burnout, suicide, mental health conditions and substance use disorders and promote resiliency among healthcare students, residents, professionals, paraprofessionals, trainees, public safety officers, and employers of such individuals that promotes wellness and resiliency for those at risk for or experiencing burnout. Participants can be full time or part time. Awarded funds may not be used for stipends.
Janet M Liechty
01:44:53
Are multi-site applications encouraged?
Jennifer Deaton
01:44:59
Thank you for such a well organized webinar and for having multiple individuals available to answer questions in the chat. Thank you!
Megan Lincoln
01:45:24
Question: If applying as a consortium of medical schools does each entity need to provide their letter of accreditation or only the lead organizationAnswer: the funded Entity would need to provide their accreditation in attachment 6,
Nicole Wilkerson
01:45:59
Question: What documentation would an FQHC need to provide?Answer: Provide a copy of their active approval from state government.
Christian Ketel
01:46:19
So the written NOFO is incorrect. It says 70 pages. My grant folks are not going to believe me! Are you sure it is 75?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:46:31
question: Would a multi-state proposal focusing on rural areas be permitted and viewed favorably?answer: there are no restrictions around collaboration. Collaboration is welcome.
Zoom user
01:46:34
Are non-profit ambulance services eligible for this training opportunity?
Kelly Reinhardt
01:46:42
For 22-109, Is formal partnership required with a health system or can an informally agreement through collaboration suffice?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:47:03
question: Are non-profit ambulance services eligible for this training opportunity
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:47:12
answer :yes
Bryan Sexton - Duke, NC
01:47:23
When it says training that lasts from a few weeks to a few months, how would that view a program that uses a monthly model of one hour per month for a year?
attendee1
01:48:21
Do trainings have to benefit rural and/or underserved communities?
Angel (Anhel) Braña (Brah-Niah)
01:48:22
No matching dollars needed, right?
Omar Lopez (he/el)
01:48:33
Would it be allowed to allocate $25,000 per year to cover the tuition/fees per trainee? In this case, masters of social work students
Valerie Wright
01:49:37
Are we required to ask for the full amount or can we submit for a less amount if we are working with a smaller community?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:49:40
question: Would it be allowed to allocate $25,000 per year to cover the tuition/fees per trainee? In this case, masters of social work studentsanswer: stipends, tuition and fees are not included in this program
attendee1
01:49:43
The NOFO says 70 page limit. Will an updated NOFO be released that says 75?
Bryan Sexton - Duke, NC
01:49:49
How does HRSA handle a proposal that addresses burnout but not directly suicide or substance abuse?
Angel (Anhel) Braña (Brah-Niah)
01:49:52
Does the NOFO requires a minimum FTE for the PI/PD?
Brian Kelley
01:50:19
The NOFO mentions student financial support or support in general … can you define that more clearly on what funds could be spent on students?
Zoom user
01:50:36
Where will this recorded presentation be available?
Veronica Romanov
01:50:42
Why do the award costs decrease each year?
LByrd
01:51:21
Question- Does the NOFO requires a minimum FTE for the PI/PD? Answer: No, there is no minimum FTE for the PD. However, the applicant must be able to show the PDs involvement in the program is appropriate. This is included in the review criteria 5- Key personnel have adequate time devoted to the project to achieve project objectives.
Valerie Wright
01:51:57
Question - Are we required to ask for the full amount or can we submit for a less amount if we are working with a smaller community?
Angel (Anhel) Braña (Brah-Niah)
01:52:19
Will carry over be allowed IF the first year funding is not totally used?
PCunningham@hrsa.gov
01:52:26
question: How does HRSA handle a proposal that addresses burnout but not directly suicide or substance abuse?answer: an independent review occurs for all applicants that evaluates if an applicant has responded to the overall purpose and proposes a plan to address the goals, objectives, and program requirement
LByrd
01:53:25
Question: Can CE credits be paid from the grant for participants? Answer: Yes, CE credits may be paid; however, CE program development costs by the organization are not allowable.
Debra D'Alessandro
01:53:25
I noted the cap on executive salaries; are their per day fee limits for consultant/trainers?
Valerie Wright
01:53:26
this q/a session is really great - thank you SO much!!!
Omar Lopez (he/el)
01:53:34
Than you for the answer... slide 26 of today's presentation indicates "applicants must use grant funds to pay for participant support cost (training costs for workshops, tuition/fees, supplies, CEU costs, etc.)… a stipend would be provided to the student but can the applicant cover the tuition/fees directly on behalf of the trainee?
LByrd
01:54:43
Please note that stipends are not allowed.
Lisa Lewis
01:54:58
Will the slide presentation be available for download?
Harry Mazurek
01:54:59
Page 10 requests current rates of burnout,suicide, etc. This HIPAA sensitive information