Focusing on pediatric emergency care, the EIIC Research Domain seeks to create knowledge and accelerate its journey to implementation; it supports EMSC grantees through technical assistance, education, and quality improvement collaboratives.
The Research Domain offers a number of resources, including a quality improvement (QI) technical support center; an analytics group that supports data management and presentation and liaises with the National EMSC Data Analysis ResourceCenter (NEDARC); and infrastructure to provide webinars and long-distance learning. The domain also collaborates with HRSA to ensure the success of individual EMSC grantees through site visits, virtual support, and multi-channeled dissemination of grant products.
- Targeted Issues (TI) grants that support innovative cross-cutting pediatric emergency care projects of national significance.
- State Partnership Regionalization of Care (SPROC) grants that develop systems of care models to improve pediatric emergency care capacity in rural and tribal communities.
- The Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN) which supports the infrastructure to conduct meaningful and rigorous multi-institutional studies in the management of acute illness and injury in children across the continuum of emergency medicine.
For questions about the Research Domain or for assistance, please email Dr. Andrea Cruz, Research Domain Director.