42 CFR 52e.5 - What are the project requirements?

§ 52e.5 What are the project requirements?
(a) An approvable application must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Director that:
(1) With respect to applications relating to projects covered by § 52e.1(a)(1), the techniques or procedures to be demonstrated and evaluated have been found safe and effective in the research setting and, based upon research findings, appear to have the potential for general applicability to the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of heart, blood vessel, lung, or blood diseases;
(2) With respect to applications relating to projects covered by § 52e.1(a)(2) and § 52e.1(a)(3), the project will include development and evaluation of one or more methods for educating health practitioners or the public concerning advances in the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of such diseases; and
(3) The nature of the project is such that its completion may be anticipated within the project period, or such other period as may be specified in the application.
(b) The project must, in the judgment of the Director, be necessary for cooperation by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute with one or more other Federal Health agencies, State, local or regional public health agencies, or nonprofit private health agencies in the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of heart, blood vessel, lung or blood diseases.
[45 FR 12249, Feb. 25, 1980, as amended at 58 FR 54298 and 54299, Oct. 21, 1993]

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