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Call for Applications: Clinician-Based Grant Award Program

September 20, 2016 02:54 PM

AMTA Announces a Call for Applications to the Clinician-Based Grant Award Program

The American Music Therapy Association is pleased to announce a call for proposals for the 2016-2017 Clinician-Based Grant (CBG). The CBG program supports applied research grants in music therapy with funding up to $5,000.

The purpose of the AMTA ‘Clinician-based grant program’ is to encourage, promote, and fund clinician-based applied music therapy research. The program, sponsored by the AMTA Research Committee, seeks to support applied clinical research in the profession of music therapy and incorporated into routine field work.

Applications should be submitted to AMTA by December 15, 2016 at 5pm EST. Applications for the AMTA clinician-based grant program will be reviewed at year end and the award(s) decision finalized in early 2017. The CBG program is a grant program supported and coordinated by AMTA’s Research Committee. Information on the CBG program may be found on the AMTA website at:



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