John M. Templeton, Jr., MD Injury Prevention Research Scholarship
John M. Templeton Jr., MD (1940-2015)
Scholarship InformationThe 2024 scholarship deadline for receipt of Letters of Intent is May 12, 2023. Following receipt of the Letters of Intent, the Research-Scholarship Committee, along with the Chair of the Injury Control & Violence Prevention Committee and Research Division Chair will judge applicants on the basis of the merit of their proposal and the potential of the applicant of future contributions to the field of injury prevention. The top-ranked Letters of Intent will be invited to submit full proposals by July 20, 2023. The Research-Scholarship Committee, along with the Chair of the Injury Control & Violence Prevention Committee and Research Division Chair will review full proposals in August 2023 and select the final awardee.
For official rules and regulations for this scholarship please refer here.
After the scholarship cycle concludes the recipient will be expected to provide an up to date use of funds from their institution’s accounting department. At this time the recipient/institution will be asked to either a) submit a request for a non-financial extension (no cost extension) for one additional year or b) return any unused funds back to the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST).
Note: All Letter of Intent submissions will be blinded prior to being reviewed and scored. Applicants should not include names, institutions, or identifying information within their actual proposal submission provided that they should remain anonymous.
Applicants do not have to be physicians and may be enrolled in graduate medical education. The amount of the award is $10,000 for one (1) year only.
Letters of Intent (open)
Leah C Tatebe, MD, FACS
The Language of Violence: Do Words Matter More Than We Think?
Elinore Kaufman, MD, MSHP
The Impact of Peer Mentorship and Service Navigation on Recovery from Violent Injury
Melike N. Harfouche, MD
Brett Tracy, MD
Shared Engagement, Recovery and Violence Elimination (SERVE): Development of a Trauma-Informed Violence Intervention Mobile App
Kathleen O'Neill, MD
The Impact of Individual-Level Targeted Interventions on the Mental Health of Victims of Violence
Stephanie Bonne, MD, FACS
Prospective Cohort Investigation of Intermediate Health Outcomes following Enrollment in a Hospital Based Violence Intervention Program
Teresa Maria Bell, PhD
Assessment of a Quality of Life Monitoring Intervention to Reduce Retaliation and Recidivism in Participants of a Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program
Kathleen Boyer, RN & Chaz Molins, LCSW
Measuring the Efficacy of Violence Prevention using Hospital-based Resuscitation Re-enactment: YOLO (You Only Live Once)
Tiffany Overton, MA, MPH, CPH, CCRP
Screening for Distracted Drivers: Developing a 'Technology Behavior Identification Risk Assessment Tool' (TechBIRT)
Stephanie R. Goldberg, MD
Prevention of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders in Violently Injured Youth
James D. Stowe, MS, PhD
Crash Injury Prevention: A Randomized Trial of Transitioning High-Risk Elders from Driving
Karen Lommel, DO, MHA, MS
|2011||Lisa C. Allee, LICSW
Evaluating three methods to encourage mentally competent older adults to assess their driving skills
|2010||James Forrest Calland, MD
Evaluation of Peer Counselors, Community Resources, and Video Interventions in Preventing Trauma Recidivism
Michel Aboutanos, MD