August 10, 2023
HRSA Needs Rural Reviewers for Grant Applications
The Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) seeks rural reviewers for grant applications. If you have expertise in certain subjects, you may be able to evaluate grant applications.
How Reviewers are Chosen:
Reviewers are chosen based on their knowledge, education, and experience. They are also selected based on specific criteria in the HRSA Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO).
How to Become a Grant Reviewer:
If you work or have experience in health care, register via the Reviewer Recruitment Module (RRM).
HRSA looks for people with expertise in one of the following areas:
- Behavioral health
- Health workforce training
- Maternal and child health
- Primary care delivery
- Rural health
- Working with or a member of underserved communities
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA)
- Lived experience
- Health equity
- Social determinants of health
HRSA is also interested in reviewers who have expertise in social, cultural, or health care issues of people in rural areas, migrants, or Native Americans.
What You Will Do:
- Review eligible applications against published evaluation criteria
- Input your scores and comments into an online portal, the Application Review Module (ARM)
- Discuss your scores and evaluation with other reviewers
Each non-federal participant is compensated
Quarterly Training Webinars:
- Module 21 – DIR Technology Updates: Transition from Adobe to Zoom
- Module 22 – DIR Quarterly Reviewer Training
- Module 23 – DIR Quarterly Reviewer Training – MET in the ORC
Questions: Email HRSA for assistance at RRMTechAssistance@hrsa.gov