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APPENDIXES

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CONTENTS APPENDIX A NATIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE AWARD AUTHORITY APPENDIX B Bl.1 B1.2 B1.3 B2 B3.1 B3.2 B3.3 B4.1 B4.2 APPENDIX C C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 APPENDIX D D1 D2 NIH/ADAMHA/HRA ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR FY 1979 NATIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE AWARD PROGRAMS National Research Service Awards for Institutional Grants--General Information (NIH, November 1977 National Research Service Awards for Individual Postdoctoral Fellows (NIH, June 1978) National Research Service Awards Research Areas (NIH, prune 1978) National Institute of General Medical Sciences {NIGMS, February 1977) National Research Service Awards for Institutional Grants (ADAMHA, July 1978) - National Research Service Awards for Individual Fellows (ADAMHA, July 1978) National Research Service Awards Research Areas (ADAMHA, July 1978) National Research Service Awards for Institutional Grants for Postdoctoral Research Training in Nursing (HRA, March 1978) National Research Service Awards for Individual Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Nurse Fellowships (HRA, March 1978) CONFERENCES Meeting of the Ad Hoc Group on Veterinary Research Personnel, April 2 0, 1978, Washington, D. C . Meeting of the Work Group on Dental Research Personnel Needs of the Panel on Clinical Sciences, May 11 , 1978, Washington, D.C. Public Hearing, February 9 , 1978 , Washington, D.C. Invitational Conference on Health Services Research Personnel, May 17, 1978, Washington, D.C. Meeting of the Psychiatry Conference Steering Cm~unittee, January 20, 197S, Washington, D. C . COMMITTEE ' S RESTATED RECOMMENDATIONS AND F OCR for page 167
PAGE D3 D4 D5 NIB and ADAMHA Classifications of Training Fields 240 NIT Traineeship and Fellowship Awards for FY 1977, by Detailed Fields of Training ADAMHA Research Training Support by Research Areas and Cluster Disciplines, FY 1977 APPENDIX E SURVEY OF BIOMEDICAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENTS E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 ED E9 E10 B11 E12 E13 E14 E15 E16 E17 Notes on Tables NRSAA Survey of Biomedical and Behavioral Science Departments--Response by Fine Field, Broad Field Primary Reason for 1974-76 Predoctoral Enrollment Change--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (A2, A4) Primary Reason for Change in Number of Postdoctorals, 1974-76--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution {A2, A4) Estimated New Faculty Positions Available in 1981-82--Basic Biomedical Sciences (At, A6} Estimated Predoctoral Enrollments in 1981-82 --Basic Biomedical Sciences (A2) Estimated Postdoctoral Levels in 1981-82 --Basic Biomedical Sciences (A2) Departmental Limit on Predoctoral Admissions Based on Job Market--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (A9) ~ Departmental Limit on Predoctoral Admissions Based on Available Support--Basic Biomedical Sciences --Percent Distribution (A10) Departmental Assurance of Tuition-Stipend Support for Predoctoral Students--Basic Biomedical Sciences --Percent Distribution (All, A12) Departmental Restrictions on Nonacademic Employment --Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (A13) Departmental Perceptions of Labor Market for Recent Doctorates--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (A14) Departmental Perceptions of Labor Market for Recent Postdoctorals with Ph.D.'s--Basic Biomedical Sciences-- Percent Distribution (A14 ) Departmental Perceptions-of Labor Market for Recent Postdoctorals with M.D. ~s--Basic Biomedical Sciences-- Percent Distribution (A14 ) Future Adjustments by Departments to Worsening Job Market--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Responding (A' 7 ~ Departmental Perceptions of Change in Postdoctoral Status--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (Ale) Characteristics of Training Grant Departments--Bastc Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution 163 241 242 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268

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PAGE E18 E19.2 E20 E21 E22 E23 E24 E2S E26 Mean Percent Departmental Faculty Applied for/Held NTH/ADAMHA/HRA Reaearch/Training Grants by Training Grant Status of Department, 1976-Basic Biomedical Sciences (A5) El9.1 Change in Primary Source and Type of Support for Full-t~me Predoctoral Students by-Training Grant Status of Department, 1973, 1976--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Number of Students Change in Primary SQurce and Type of Support for Full-time Predoctoral Students by Training Grant Status of Department, 1973-76--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Change E19.3 Change in Primary Source and Type of Support for Full-t~me Predoctoral Students by Training Grant Status of Department, 1973-76--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution Change in Pr~mary,Source and ~ype'of Support for Fu~l-time Predoctoral Students for Departments Losing NIH/ADAMHA/HRA Traineeships by Trend of Enrollments, 1973-76--Basic Biomedical Sciences Primary Reason Given by.Departments for Enrollment Decrease When Trainees Decreased--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (e5 ~ Primary Reason Given by Departments for Enrollment Increase When Trainees Decreased--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (C6) Impact of Lost Institutional Support from Training Grants on Departmental Program Activities, by Current and Potential Impact--Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (C9, C10) Depar Mental Ranking of Quality of Predoctoral NIH/ADAMHA/HRA Trainees in Their Department --Basic Biomedical Sciences--Percent Distribution (B2) Primary Reason for 1974-76 Predoctoral Enrollment Change--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A2, A4) Primary Reason for Change in Number of Postdoctorals, ' 1974-76 Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A2, A4) Estimated New Faculty Positions Available in 1981-82--Behavioxal Sciences (A2, A6) Estimated Predoctoral Enrollments in 1981-82 --Behavioral Sciences (A2 ) Estimated Postdoctoral Levels in 1981-82 --Behavioral Sciences (A2 ) Departmental Limit on Predoctoral Admissions Based on Job Market--Behav' oral Sciences'--Percent Distribution (A9 ) Departmental Limit on Predoctoral Admi ssions Based - on Available Support--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A10) E27 E28 E29 E30 E31 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 170 279 280 281 282 283 284

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PAGE . .E32 -of E33 E34 E35 E36 E37 E38 E39 E40.1 E40.2 E40.3 E41 E42 E43 E44 E45 E46 Departmental Assurance of Tuition-Stipend Support for Predoctoral Students--Behavioral Sciences --Percent Distribution (All, A12) Departmental Restrictions on Nonacademic Employment --Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A13) Departmental Perceptions of the Labor Market for Recent Doctorates--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A14) ~ Departmental Perceptions of the Labor Market for Recent Postdoctorals with Ph.D.'s--Behavioral Sciences-- Percent Distribution (A14) Future Adjustments by Departments to Worsening Job Market--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Responding (Al7) Departmental Perceptions of Change in Postdoctoral Status--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (A18) Characteristics of Training Grant Departments --Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution Mean Percent Departmental Faculty Applied for/Held NIH/ADAMHA/HRA Research/Training Grants by Training Grant Status of Departments, 1976 --Behavioral Sciences (A5) Change in Primary Source and Type of Support for Full-t~me Predoctoral Students by Training Grant Status of Department, 1973, 1976--Behavioral Sciences--Number of Students Change in Full-time Status of --Percent Change in Full-time Status of Primary Source and Type of Support for Predoctoral Students by Training Grant Department, 1973-76--Behavioral Sciences Change Pr~mary Source and Type of Support for Predoctoral Students by Training Grant Department, 1973, 1976--Behavioral Sc~ences--Percent Distribution Change in Primary Source and Type of Support for Full-time Predoctoral Students for Departments Losing NIH/ADAMHA/HRA Traineeships by Trend in Enrollment, 1973-76--Behavioral Sciences Primary Reason Given by Departments for Enrollment Decrease When Trainees Decreased-~Behavioral Sciences --Percent Distribution (C5) Primary Reason Given by Departments for Enrollment Increase When Trainees Decreased--Behavioral Sciences --Percent Distribution (C6) Impact of Lost Inst~tutional Support from Training Grants on Departmental Program Activities, by Current and Potential ~mpact--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (C9, C10) Departmental Ranking of Qu~lity of Predoctoral NTH/ADAMHA/HRA Trainees in Their Department--Behavioral Sciences--Percent Distribution (B2) Survey Questionnaire i7] 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301

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PAN: APPENDIX F MARKET DATA ==TING TO TO ==YSI S OF ACETIC Dot FOR BIO~DIC~ ED BE=VIO~ PH.D. 'S ED CLINICS FA~= - F1 ~2 ~3 F4 ~5 F7 F8 APPENDIX G Gl.1 G1.2 G2_1 G2.2 G3.1 G3.2 G4.1 G4.2 G5.1 G~.2 G6.1 G6.2 G7.1 G7.2 G8.1 G8.2 Biomedical Science Baccalaureate Degrees and Undergraduate Enrollment Determinants of Academic Employment for Biomedical Science Ph.D.'s National Expenditures for Health-related R and D R and D Expenditures in Higher Education and Selected Fields for Selected Fiscal Years Determinants of Academic Employment for Behavioral Ph.D.'s Medical School Full-tLme Faculty, Budgeted Full-t~me Faculty Vacancies, and Student Enrollments, 1961-77 ! Medical School R and D Expenditures and Professional Fee Income, 1959-76 Estimated Clinical R and D in Medical Schools BEHAVIOR PH . ~ . SURVEY DATA Current (October 1976) Employment Status--Academic Current (October 1976) Employment Status--Nonacademi' Sector of Employment--Academic Sector of Employment--Nonacademic Tome Spent on Research and Other Work Act~vities-- Academic - Time Spent:on Research and Other Work Activities-- Nonacademic Orientation, Health-relatedness' and Support/ Sponsorship of Research--Academic Orientation, Health-relatedness' and Support/ Sponsorship of Research--Nonacademic Importance of Doctorate as Credential for Attain' ng Present Position--Academic Importance of Doctorate as Credential for Attaining Present Position--Nonacademic Minimum Level of Training Needed to Fullfill Present Job Requirements--Academic Minimum Level of Training Needed to Fullfill Present Job Requirements--Nonacademic Importance of Predoctoral Research Experience to Present Posi tion--Academic Importance of Predoctoral Research Emergence to Present Post tion--Nonacademic Overall Relevance of Doctoral Degree, Training, and Research Experience to Present Employment Situation-- Academic ~ Overall Relevance of Doctoral Degree ,, Training,, and Research Experience to Present Employment Situation-- Nonacademic i72 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333

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PAGE: G9.1 G9.2 Reason for Taking Postdoctoral Appointment within a Year after Earning Doctorate--Academic Reason for Taking Postdoctoral Appointment within a Year after Earning Doctorate--Nonacademic G10. 1 Relevance of Current Employment Field to Doctorate Field-Academic (;10. 2 Relevance of Current Employment Field to Doctorate Field-Nonacademic G11 .1 Primary Sources of Support in First and Second Years of Graduate School--Academic Gil. 2 Primary Sources of Support in First and Second Years of Graduate School--Nonacademic G12 . 1 Pr; nary Sources of Support in Third and Fourth Years of Graduate School--Acade~c G12.2 Primary Sources of Support in Third and Fourth Years of Graduate School--Nonacademic G13 .1 Dependence on Federal Support to Complete Ph. D . Pr~xam--Rcadem~c Gl 3 . 2 Dependence on Federal Support to Complete Ph. D . Program--Nonacademic G14 .1 Influence of the Availabi lity of Financial Assistance on the Selection of ~ Ph . D. Field--Acad-~ni c G14. 2 Influence of the Availability of Financial Assistance on the Selection of a Ph. d . Field--13onacademic 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 : APPENDIX H ESTIMATING CLINICAL RESEARCH EXPENDITURES 347 APPENDIX I SURVEYS OF NURSE PROGRAMS 349 .1 Master Degree Program Enrollments Since October 1974 in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs Master Degree Enrollments Since October 1974 in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs by Region of the Country Doctoral Degree Program Enrollments Since October 1974 in Selected Schools of Nursing Number of Doctoral Students Receiving Stipend Support in Selected Schools of Nur sing by Type of Support 7 1974-75 Id 1977-78 Number of Faculty Engaged in at Least One Research Project in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in October 1977 Number of Faculty Engaged in at Least One Research Project in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in October 1977 by Region of the Country 173 350 351 352 353 354 355

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PAGE T 5 I 6.1 6.2 ~ 7.1 I 7.2 T 8.1 T 8.2 T 9 Number of Faculty Engaged in More Than One Research Project in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Program in October 1977 Number of Research Grants/Contracts by Amount of Direct Cost Support in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in October 1977 Number of Research Grants/Contracts by Amount of Direct Cost Support In Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in October 1977 by Region of the Country Amount of Research Development Support {Direct Costs) in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in October 1977 Amount of Research Development Support (Direct Costs) in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs in Om-~ 1~77 =-- Region of the Country Single Greatest Need to Strengthen Research Capability in Selected Schools of Nursing with ~ _ _~^ ~ ~ / I By Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs Single Greatest Need to Strengthen Research Capability in Selected Schools of Nursing with Doctoral or Pending Doctoral Programs by Region of the Country Survey Questionnaires ]74 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363