Ensuring Equitable Access: Theory and Methodology on Future Grant Application Design for the City of Bloomington's John M. Scott Health Care Commission
Application Design, Methodology, Theory, Public Health
This research utilizes qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze perception and opinion of the City of Bloomington’s John M. Scott Health Care Commission’s grants program and its application process among recipient agencies and other participants. Data, gathered through surveys and semi-structured interviews, in 2020 and 2021, between representatives of each agency and the researcher are meant to inform the development of new approaches encouraging a wider reach of the Commission’s grants program in McLean County, Illinois. Questioning the theoretical purpose of merit, bureaucracy, and performance in an application process, this research aims to create a more accessible program for agencies traditionally unable to engage in partnership with the Commission.
Fabos, Zachary, "Ensuring Equitable Access: Theory and Methodology on Future Grant Application Design for the City of Bloomington's John M. Scott Health Care Commission" (2021). Stevenson Center for Community and Economic Development—Student Research. 45.
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