APNA Funded Research: Wellness Interventions for Frontline Nurses in Palliative Care
The APNA Research Grant program invests in the future of psychiatric-mental health nursing by funding the work of new researchers. The APNA Board of Directors is pleased to announce that this year’s APNA Research Grant will be supporting the research of Nasreen Lalani, PhD, MScN, RN. Dr. Lalani will receive $10,000 for her pilot randomized controlled study of self-reflective wellness interventions for frontline nurses in palliative care settings.
WINGS: Wellness Intervention for Nurses’ Post-traumatic Growth and Self Care
Nasreen Lalani, PhD, MScN, RN
Assistant Professor, Purdue University School of Nursing
After the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated burnout, compassion fatigue, and distress in palliative care nurses, Dr. Lalani’s work will support testing and advancing theoretical frameworks, as well as developing holistic wellness interventions in a palliative nursing and pandemic context.
Congratulations to this enterprising researcher and thank you to the APNA Grant Review Committee for their expert review of proposals!