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APNA Board of Directors Student Scholarship 30 undergraduate/pre-licensure and graduate students will receive one year complimentary membership in the APNA and a trip to the APNA 33rd Annual Conference. The application period is now closed. Thank you to those who applied! Notifications will be sent mid-June.
American Psychiatric Nurses association Research Grants The American Psychiatric Nurses Association Research Grants program provides funding to enhance scientific contributions that advance the knowledge and practice of psychiatric-mental health nursing. This year, we are accepting proposals in two categories: Category 1: Research studies to generate new knowledge to advance psychiatric mental health nursing Category 2: Evidence-based practice change or quality improvement projects to apply evidence to practice Funded by the APNA Foundation Committee, these awards seed new investigators who are beginning their scholarly careers and vary from $1,000 - $10,000 per award. Priority will be given to investigators who are early in their careers and who have not previously had major intra- or extramural funding.
Ensuring the Future: The APNA Research Grant program aids scientific research and contributions which add to the knowledge and practice of psychiatric-mental health nursing. This year, APNA will assisting three members in their research or evidence-based project with a grant to support their work. Chrissy Agenor, MPH, RN-BC University of Central Florida A Proposal for a Grounded Theory Study of Flourishing in Recent Gulf War Era Veterans Chrissy Agenor, MPH, RN-BC is a Nursing PhD student at the University of Central Florida and nurse manager at the Bay Pines VA.
The APNA Grant Review Committee evaluates research proposals submitted by APNA members. Priority for funding is based upon the project’s scientific merit, potential for knowledge development, and relevance to the advancement of the knowledge and practice of psychiatric-mental health nursing. Click here for more information about the grant itself.
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