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i, contain information suffienable the Secretary to deterlt the project for which the sought will meet the requirethis part. Project elements. ct for planning and developing nt health center supported is subpart must: ermine (by survey or other ap
means) the approximate of (1) migratory agricultural and the members of their famad (2) seasonal agricultural and the members of their famthin the proposed catchment the calendar year in which the
made and the period of time yrkers and their families reside catchment area during such
epare an assessment of the need opulation proposed to be served migrant health center for the 1 set forth in $ 56.102(g)(1) of subof this part. This assessment of ust, at a minimum, include the listed in $ 56.104(b)(3) (i)-(iv). esign a migrant health center 2 for such population, based on essment prepared pursuant to ph (b) of this section which inin detail how the proposed cen| fulfill the needs identified in sessment and meet the requireif subpart C of this part. velop a plan for the implemenof the program designed pursuparagraph (c) of this section. nplementation plan must pror the time-phased recruitment Lining of the personnel essential
operation of a migrant health and the gradual assumption of onal status of the project so le project will, in the judgment
Secretary, meet the requirecontained in subpart of this the end of the project period. mplement the plan developed nt to paragraph (d) of this secA accordance with such para
(8) Initiate and encourage continuing community involvement in the development and operation of the project through, for example, contributions or loans of cash, services, equipment, fullor part-time staff, space, materials, or facilities.
(h) Provide for sufficient staff, qualified by training and experience, to carry out the project and establish standards and qualifications for personnel (including the project director).
(i) Utilize, to the maximum extent feasible, other Federal, State, local, and private resources available for support of the project, prior to use of project funds under this subpart.
(j) Provide the means for evaluating the project's progress in achievement of its specific objectives, and submit such progress reports on the project as the Secretary may from time to time request. 856.204 Grant evaluation and award.
(a) Within the limits of funds determined by the Secretary to be available for such purpose, the Secretary may award grants under this subpart to applicants therefor which, in his judgment, will provide needed health services in a catchment area which will not be served by another project funded under this part and meet the applicable requirements of section 319(c)(1)(A) of the Act and this part, in accordance with priorities established pursuant to section 319(b) of the Act and $ 56.107 of subpart A of this part; Provided, That in the case of applicants which propose
serve substantially the same catchment areas or where available funds are insufficient to fund all approvable applications within a priority category specified in $ 56.107,
(1) Priority shall be given to applications submitted by community-based organizations which are representative of the population to be served by the project. For purposes of this paragraph, an applicant shall be deemed to be such an organization if it provides a formal mechanism (such as membership on the organization's governing body or membership on an advisory body) which gives migratory seasel agricultural workers and their fell signifian involvement in the forntion of the organization's policia
ake efforts to secure within the ed catchment area of such cen
the extent possible, financial ofessional assistance and support project.
(a) The cost-effectiveness of the plication, and
(b) The number of centers and ties to be served by the applicant
Subpart H-Acquisition at Modernization of Existing Build $56.801 Applicability of 42 CAB
51c, Subpart E. The provisions of 42 CFR PT subpart E, establishing require for the acquisition and moderne of existing buildings, shall apps i grants under section 319 of the project costs which include the acquisition and/or modernization in isting buildings (including the a amortizing the principal of, and the interest on, loans); except tis purposes of this subpart, res within subpart E to part 51c, & parts of part 51c, shall be deep references to part 56, or to the priate subparts of part 56, erences to section 330 of the be deemed to be references to 319 of the Act.
awarded pursuant to section 319(8) of the Act for the provision of technical and other non-financial assistance to grantees under sections 319(c)(1)(A), 319(a)(1)(A) and 319(d)(1)(B) of the Act. $56.702 Application.
To be approved by the Secretary under this subpart, an application for a grant must meet the requirements of 88 56.104(a), 56.104(b) (1), (4), (7), (10), and (11), and 56.104(c) of subpart A of this part. 356.703 Project elements.
A project for the provision of technical assistance to migrant health centers and entities which intend to become migrant health centers which is supported under this subpart must:
(a) Provide to such centers and entities as are specified in the grant award, such technical and other nonfinancial assistance (such as fiscal and program management assistance or training of the staff of such center or entity in such management) as may be specified in the grant award. Such technical or other nonfinancial assistance shall be designed to assist such centers and entities in:
(1) Developing plans for becoming migrant centers; and/or
(2) Meeting the requirements of sections 319(1)(2) of the Act.
(b) Provide such assistance through its own staff or resources.
(C) Where the project will provide training to the staff of a center or entity in management or the provision of health services, provide such training consistent,
applicable, with $ 56.108(b)(7).
(d) Maintain such records and make such reports on the expenditure of funds under this subpart and provision of such assistance as the Secretary may require. $56.704 Grant evaluation and award.
Within the limits of funds determined by the Secretary to be available for such purpose, the Secretary may award grants under this subpart to applicants therefor which will, in his judgment, best promote the purposes of section 319(g) of the Act and applicable regulations of this part, taking into consideration:
art C-Health Professions Student
57.314 Repayment of loans made after No
vember 17, 1971, for failure to complete a
program of study. 57.315 Records, reports, inspection, and
audit. 57.316 What additional Department regula
tions apply to schools? 57.316a Performance standard. 57.317 Additional conditions. 57.318 Noncompliance. Subpart E-Grants for Construction of
Nurse Training Facilities 57.409 Good cause for other use of completed
Subpart F-Grants for Nurse Anesthetist
.pplicability. efinitions. .pplication by school. ayment of Federal capital contribu
and reallocation of funds remitted e Secretary. ealth professions student loan ligibility and selection of health ssions student loan applicants. (aximum amount of health profes1 student loans. ealth professions student loan Lissory note and disclosure require8. 'ayment of health professions stuloans. Lepayment and collection of health issions student loans. ancellation of health professions ent loans for disability or death. Lepayment or cancellation of loans practice in a health professional tage area. Continuation of provisions for cantion of loans made prior to Novem18, 1971. Loan cancellation reimbursement. Lepayment of loans made after Nober 17, 1971, for failure to complete a ram of study. Lecords, reports, inspection, and t. Vhat additional Department regulas apply to schools? Performance standard. Additional conditions. Noncompliance.
57.501 To what programs do these regula
tions apply? 57.502 Definitions. 57.503 Who is eligible to apply for a grant? 57.504 How will applications be evaluated? 57.505 How long does grant support last? 57.506 How is the amount of the award de
termined? 57.507 For what purposes may grant funds
be spent? 57.508 What financial support is available to
trainees? 57.509 Who is eligible for financial assist
ance as a trainee? 57.510 What are the requirements for
traineeships and the appointment of
trainees? 57.511 Duration of traineeships. 57.512 Termination of traineeships. 57.513 What additional Department regula
tions apply to grantees? 57.514 Additional conditions.
part D-Nursing Student Loans Applicability. Definitions. Application by school. Payment of Federal capital contribu3 and reallocation of funds remitted le Secretary. Nursing student loan funds. Dligibility and selection of nursing ent loan applicants. Maximum amount of nursing student 8. Nursing student loan promissory
Subpart H-Grants for Physician Assistant
'ayment of nursing student loans. Lepayment and collection of nursing ent loans. 'ancellation of nursing student loans Lisability or death. Lepayment of loans for service in a tage area. joan cancellation for full-time emment as a registered nurse. Loan cancellation reimbursement.
57.701 Applicability. 57.702 Definitions. 57.703 Eligibility.
sed 57.704 Application. 57.705 Project requirements. 57.706 Evaluation of applications. 57.707 Grant award. 57.708 Grant payments. 57.709 Purposes for which grant
be spent. 57.710 What additional De
tions apply to grantes 57.711 What other ar
quirements apply 57.712 Additional ce
57.3111 What other audit and inspectie
quirements apply to grantees? 57.3112 Additional conditions.
Subpart GG-Payment for Tuition or
Other Educational Costs
57.3201 To which programs do these 1
tions apply? 57.3202 How will allowable increases
57.2808 What additional Department regula
tions apply to grantees? 57.2809 What other records, audit, and in
spection requirements apply to grantees? 57.2810 Additional conditions.
Subpart DD-Financial Assistance for Disadvantaged Health Professions Students 57.2901 To what program do these regula
tions apply? 57.2902 Definitions. 57.2903 How to apply for a grant. 57.2904 Eligibility and selection of aid re
cipients. 57.2905 Amount of student award. 57.2906 How is the amount of the grant
award determined? 57.2907 For what purposes may grant funds
be spent? 57.2908 What additional Department regula
tions apply to grants? 57.2909 What other records, audit, and in
spection requirements apply to schools? 57.2910 Additional conditions.
Subpart HH-Programs for the Training
Expanded Function Dental Auxiliar
57.3301 Purpose. 57.3302 Definitions. 57.3303 Requirements.
Subpart EE-Grants for Residency Training
In Preventive Medicine 57.3001 To what programs do these regula
tions apply? 57.3002 Definitions. 57.3003 Who is eligible to apply for a grant? 57.3004 Project requirements. 57.3005 How will applications be evaluated? 57.3006 How long does grant support last? 57.3007 How is the amount of the grant
award determined? 57.3008 For what purposes may grant funds
be spent? 57.3009 What additional Department regula
tions apply to grantees? 57.3010 What other audit and inspection re
quirements apply to grantees? 57.3011 Additional conditions.
Subpart MM-Area Health Educal
Center Program 57.3801 To what programs do these 1
tions apply? 57.3802 Definitions. 57.3803 Who is eligible to apply for
ative agreement? 57.3804 Project requirements. 57.3805 When do the requirements a
apply? 57.3806 How will applications be evala 57.3807 How is the amount of the 41
termined? 57.3808 How long does support under
erative agreement last? 57.3809 For what purposes may cooj
agreement funds be spent? 57.3810 How will the Department par
in a cooperative agreement? 57.3811 What additional Department
tions apply to awardees? 57.3812 What other audit and inspeo
quirements apply? 57.3813 Additional conditions.
Subpart FF-Grants for Residency Training
and Faculty Development in General Internal Medicine and/or General Pediatrics
57.3101 To what projects do these regula
tions apply? 57.3102 Definitions. 57.3103 Who is eligible to apply for a grant? 57.3104 What activities must be addressed in
an application? 57.3105 Project requirements. 57.3106 How will applications be evaluated? 57.3107 How long does grant support last? 57.3108 How is the amount of the grant
award determined? 57.3109 For what purposes may grant funds
be spent? 57.3110 What additional Department regula
tions apply to grantees?
Subpart NN-Grants for Various H
Professions Projects 57.3901 To what projects do these
tions apply? 57.3902 Definitions. 57.3903 Who is eligible to apply for! 57.3904 Program requirements. 57.3905 How will applications be eval 57.3906 How long does grant support 57.3907 For what purposes may gran
be spent? 57.3908 What additional Department
tions apply to grantees? 57.3909 What other audit and inspec
quirements apply to grantees? 57.3910tional conditions.
lubpart 00-Grants for Geriatric
other health personnel (42 U.S.C. 293 et seq.).
To what projects do these regulains apply?
For what purposes may grant funds spent?
What additional Department regulains apply to grantees?
What other audit and inspection reirements apply to grantees?
int PP-Grants for Faculty Training ojects in Geriatric Medicine and entistry
To what projects do these regulains apply?
Definitions. ; Who is eligible to apply for a grant?
For what projects may grant funds requested? i Project requirements.
How will applications be evaluated? | How long does grant support last? | What financial support is available fellows? | Who is eligible for financial assistce as a fellow? | What are the requirements for felwships and the appointment of fellows? | Termination of fellowships. ? For what purposes may grant funds spent?
What additional Department regulaons apply to grantees? | What other audit and inspection reirements apply to grantees? i Additional conditions.
As used in this subpart:
(a) All terms not defined herein shall have the same meaning as given them in section 724 of the Act.
(b) Act means the Public Health Seryice Act, as amended.
(c) Secretary means the Secretary of Health and Human Services and any other officer or employee of the Department of Health and Human Services to whom the authority involved has been delegated.
(d) Council means the National Advisory Council on Health Professions Education (established pursuant to section 725 of the Act).
(e) Construction grant and grant mean a grant of funds for the construction of an approved project as authorized under part B of title VII of the Act, and in accordance with these regulations.
(f) Affiliated hospital or affiliated outpatient facility means a hospital or outpatient facility (as defined in section 645 of the Act) which, although not owned by such school, has a written agreement with a school of medicine, osteopathy or dentistry eligible for assistance under this subpart, providing for effective control by the school of the teaching in the hospital or outpatient facility.
(8) New school means a school which, at the time of filing an application for a construction grant under this subpart, has not graduated a class because of an insufficient period of operation.
(h) Equipment includes those items which are necessary for the functioning of the facility or portion thereof with respect to which the grant is made, but does not include items of current operating expense or consumed in use such as glassware, chemicals, food, fuel, drugs, paper, printed forms, books, pamphlets, periodicals and disposable housekeeping items.
(1) Advanced education means training in the health sciences beyond the first professional degree or equivalent degree, and such training related thereto. Such training may include internships and residencies, and work toward masters and Ph. D. degrees.
>art B-Grants for Construction
Teaching Facilities for Health Professions Personnel
HORITY: Sec. 727, Public Health Service 7 Stat. 170 (42 U.S.C. 293g). RCE: 37 FR 20543, Sept. 30, 1972, unless vise noted.
01 Applicability. | regulations in this part are aple to the award of grants under 3 of title VII of the Public Health ce Act for construction of teachacilities for medical, dental, and