Funding for Grants
Dr. Miller purchases a much needed piece of specialized equipment for her research on hypertension. When preparing the purchase request, she realizes that the only account with enough money is her grant for research on sleep disorders. Because both grants are funded by NIH, she charges the equipment to the sleep disorder grant. Is this appropriate? (Adopted from NIH -Office of Extramural Research. (2007, April). Grants compliance & oversight. Rockville, MD: Author. Retrieved from (Links to an external site.)) Discuss the major risks to both the manager and agency/organization for failure to properly comply and administer a grant.
When you discuss the major risks, substantiate your position by referring to any specific standards that you may currently be using or considering. Feel free to add relevant examples, share relevant resources you have found (articles, videos, podcasts, infographics, quotes), share your relevant personal observations or experiences, and/or offer a short scenario as a realistic application of the concept.
When responding to your peers’ original postings, compare their resources to yours and address the differences/similarities.
Please provide an initial substantive answer between 400 words in length.

Required References

Anthony, D. L., Appari, A., & Johnson, M. E. (2014). Institutionalizing HIPAA compliance: Organizations and competing logics in U.S. health care. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 55(1), 108-124.
Krist, A. H., Phillips, S. M., Sabo, R. T., Balasubramanian, B. A., Heurtin-Roberts, S., Ory, M. G., & … Glasgow, R. E. (2014). Adoption, reach, implementation, and maintenance of a behavioral and mental health assessment in primary care. Annals of Family Medicine, 12(6), 525-533.
Kusserow, R. P. (2014). Metrics to Evidence and Benchmark Compliance Program Effectiveness. Journal of Health Care Compliance, 16(6), 49–52. Retrieved from ebscohost.
United States Department of Health and Human Services. (2017). Grants compliance and oversight. Retrieved from (Links to an external site.)
Recommended References
Burrow-Sánchez, J. J., Martin, J. L., & Imel, Z. E. (2016). Applying for grant funding as a counseling psychologist: From thought to action. Counseling Psychologist, 44(4), 479-524.
Goldfried, M. R. (2016). On possible consequences of National Institute of Mental Health funding for psychotherapy research and training. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 47(1), 77-83.
Merlino, J. P., Petit, J., Weisser, L., & Bowen, J. (2015). Leading with lean: Getting the outcomes we need with the funding we have. Psychiatric Quarterly, 86(3), 301-310.