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serice at the site by October 11ses. participant has made monetary par a Proca parcepaz: bas elected to ments, his or her remaining service at se. Te oder section 104.c) of Pub. L. ligation will be reduced by converting 100-117. sch participant must match the monetary payments into days of to SEPOL ste by May 15, 1989. and service credit as set forth in paragraph est bes: service at that site by Oc- (b) or (c) of this section, whichever is tober 1. 19es
applicable. lej size is. Toe Program partici- (b) Program participants who elect pect is respccate for the costs of any serve pursuant to section 204(b) and ste risks and any other contact with section 204(CX2) of Pub. L. 100–177, TI tze ste to obtain exployment at the not receive a refund of any amour sie.
previously paid but will receive servia in Eʻxt of five to mezt established credit for those payments as follows time frames. I a Program participant (1) The number of days of servis does not rra:ch to a site or begin serv. credit will be calculated by divide ice at iba: site within the time frames the total amount paid by the Progra described in paragraph (d) of this sec- participant prior to the Program pa tion, the Secretary will determine that ticipant's service start date by the such individual is not relieved of his or total debt as of the service start dar her liability to the United States under and multiplying the result of that dir the PH NHSC Scholarship Training sion by the number of days of the *** Program and or Scholarship Program ticipant's remaining service obligatis. (including accrued interest and or dam- (as determined by the formula set fordi ages).
in the second sentence of paragraph (8) Service. Service must be performed of this section). in accordance with subpart II of part D
(2) If the Program participar of title III of the Act. Service credit faults on a contract under that will begin after a Program participant gram, prior monetary payment Tz has matched to a HPOL or SHPOL site
not be credited to service but the and has commenced service at that site
applied to the monetary debt owed in accordance with subpart II of part D
the Program participant. of title III of the Act.
(c) Program participants who elect (h) Secretary's exclusion authority. The Secretary is authorized, at any time,
serve under section 204(0/1) of Pud
100–177 must pay an amount equa. to deny or terminate an individual's
the scholarship amount. Any amous participation in the Program for reasons related to the individual's profes
paid by the Program participant crit
to or after entry into the Program. sional competence or conduct.
accordance with $ 62.76 of this subpa $62.74 How much credit will a Pro
will be used to reduce the Program gram participant receive for mone ticipant's financial obligation incon tary repayments made, or for ap- under section 204(0/1) of Pub. L. proved service performed, before 177. In some cases, the amounts beginning service under the Special before or after entry into the Propa Repayment Program?
will exceed the scholarship amest (a) Prior approved service performed These payments in excess of the sche by a Program participant will be cred- arship amount will be converted ited to the Program participant for the days of service credit under the for purpose of calculating the Program mula set forth in paragraph (0X] participant's remaining service obliga- this section. If a Program participa tion under this Program. Thus, the defaults on a contract under this Program participant's remaining serv- tion, the monies paid in excess of ice obligation will be calculated by scholarship amount will not be subtracting the number of days of the ited to service but will be credited Program participant's prior approved ward the monetary debt owed by service from the number of days of the Program participant under sec Program participant's original service 338E(b) of the Act or section 225/ obligation under the PHNHSC Scholar- the Act, as in effect on Septembe ship Training Program and/or the 1977. The scholarship amount paid can Scholarship Program. If a Program entering this option will be forfeite
the amount the United States is entiled to recover;
the sum of the amounts paid to or on ehalf of the Program participant under ne Scholarship Program and the inter
ist on such amounts which would be pay* ble if, at the time the amounts were ez aid, they were loans bearing interest at
he maximum legal prevailing rate, as atermined by the Treasurer of the UnitStates; the sum of (1) the number of months of for approved service plus (2) the numEr of months of the Program partici
int's period of obligated service under
Le Program including any additional 22 ionths of service incurred pursuant to
xction 204(c)(2) of Pub. L. 100–177;
'g' is the number of months of prior approved
service performed by the Program participant before commencing service under
this Program; and 'r' is the number of months of service per
formed by the Program participant in
compliance with this Program. However, where a judgment has been entered against a Program participant, the formula will be revised such that: '30' is the amount of the judgment represent
ing the Program participant's liability under the Scholarship Program, including any accrued post judgment interest and excluding any monetary payments on the judgment which may have been
made by the Program participant; 't' is the sum of (1) the number of months of
prior approved service performed by the Program participant after entry of the judgment but before commencing service under this Program plus (2) the number of months of the Program participant's period of obligated service under the Program including any additional months of service incurred pursuant to section
204(c)(2) of Pub. L. 100–177; and 'g' is the number of months of prior approved
service performed by the Program participant after the entry of the judgment but before commencing service under this Program. (b) With respect to obligations under the PHNHSC Scholarship Training Program, if a Program participant fails to complete the period of obligated service under the Program (including any additional months of service incurred pursuant to section 204(c)(1) of Pub. L. 100–177), no credit for partial service under this Program will be allowed.
(c) Where participants have obligations under both the Scholarship Program and the PHNHSC Scholarship Training Program, credit for service will be applied against the scholarship obligations in the order in which they were incurred.
Department regula- of os?
og sila; 49 U.S.C. App. 1
serte ander section 3 100-177, such andran to a SEPOL site by We must begin service ath tober 1, 1989.
(e) Site visite. The Pro Dant la responsible for the alte visit(s) and any other the site to obtain emplo site.
(1) Effect of failure to me time frames. I a Progres does not match to a site Ice at that site within the described in paragraph tion, the Secretary will a such individual is not relia her liability to the United the PH/NHSC Scholars Program and/or Scholars (including accrued interes ages)
(8) Service. Service must in accordance with subpart of title III of the Act. Se will begin after a Program has matched to a HPOL OR and has commenced service in accordance with subpart of title III of the Act.
(a) Secretary's erclusion au Secretary is authorized, at to deny or terminate an participation in the Progra sons related to the individu sional competence or conduo
grants for the
involving Dus mate section
$6274 How much credit
gram participant receive tary repayments made, proved service perform beginning service under
Repayment Program? (a) Prior approved service by a Program participant wil Ited to the Program participa purpose of calculating the participant's remaining servi tion under this Program. Program participant's remain 10e obligation will be calcu subtracting the number of de Program participant's prior
servtoe from the number of das Program participant's origins ohitut under the PHNHSC whip IT Program and Suara Pem. If a F
Sec. 63.1 To what programs do these regulations
apply? 63.2 Definitions. 63.3 What is the purpose of traineeships? 63.4 What are the minimum qualifications
for awards? 63.5 How will NIH make awards? 63.6 How to apply. 63.7 What are the benefits of awards? 63.8 What are the terms and conditions of
awards? 63.9 How may NIH terminate awards? 63.10 Other HHS regulations and policies
that apply. AUTHORITY: 42 U.S.C. 216,
2838(d), 284(b)(1)(C), 286b-3, 287c(b).
SOURCE: 60 FR 10719, Feb. 27, 1995, unless otherwise noted.
8 63.1 To what programs do these reg.
ulations apply? (a) The regulations in this part apply to research traineeships awarded by each Director of a national research institute of NIH, the Director of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the Director of the National Center for Human Genome Research (NCHGR), the Director of the Office of Alternative Medicine, or designees pursuant to sections 404E(d)(2), 405(b)(1)(C), 472, and 485B of the Public Health Service Act, as amended.
(b) The regulations of this part do not apply to research training which is part of the National Research Service Award Program provided under 42 CFR part 66, the Mental Health Traineeship Program provided under 42 CFR part 64a, or residency training of physicians or other health professionals.
Director means the director of one of the national research institutes of NIH specified in section 401(b)(1) of the Act, the Director of the National Library of Medicine, the Director of the National Center for Human Genome Research, the Director of the Office of Alternative Medicine, or any official of NIH to whom the authority involved has been delegated.
HHS means the Department of Health and Human Services.
NIH means the National Institutes of Health.
PHS means the Public Health Service.
Traineeship means an award of funds under section 404E(d)(2), 405(b)(IXC). 472, or 485B of the Act, or other sections of the Act authorizing research training or traineeships, and the regulations of this part, to a qualified individual for the person's subsistence and other expenses during a period in which the awardee is acquiring the research training approved under the award. 8 63.3 What is
purpose of traineeships? The purpose of an NIH research traineeship is to provide support for flnancial subsistence to an individual during a period in which the awardee is acquiring training in: (a) Basic and/or clinical biomedical
behavioral research relating to human health, including extending healthy life and reducing the burdens of illness, or
(b) Medical library science or related fields pertaining to sciences related to health or the communication of health sciences information.
Traineeships are intended to make available in the United States an increased number of persons having special competence in these research fields through developmental training and practical research experience in the facilities of NIH, with supplemental training at other qualified institutions (see $63.8(a)). 8 63.4 What are the minimum qualifica
tions for awards? Minimum qualifications for any traineeship shall be established by the Director and shall be uniformly applicable to all applicants in each
8 63.2 Definitions.
As used in this part:
Act means the Public Health Service Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 201 et seq.).
Award means an award of funds under sections 404E(d)(2), 405(b)(1)(C), 472, or 485B of the Act, or other sections of the Act which authorize research training or traineeships.
Awardee means an individual awarded a traineeship under sections 404E(d)(2), 405(b)(1)(C), 472, or 485B of the Act, or other sections of the Act which authorize research training or traineeships.