Receive up to $10,000 in funding with these 3 grants
Thanks to the generous member and nonmember donors who continue to support the mission of the Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation (RNF), the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses' (ARN) Advancing Science and Practice Committee (ASPC) will oversee three (3) new grant opportunities with funding up to $10,000 each! The deadline for all grants is June 1, 2023.
ARN Quality Improvement Project Program Grant
This grant is open to applicants needing support for quality improvement (QI) projects that are based on the best available evidence and seek to improve rehabilitation outcomes for patients with disabilities and chronic illnesses. Proposed projects should have the potential to change systems of care within an organizational structure. Maximum funding available is $1,000 per recipient.
Collaborative ARN and Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation Research Grant
ARN's ASPC teamed up with the Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation (AMWF) for grant support for research studies that aim to advance the science and practice of neuroscience rehabilitation nursing. Proposals should address clinical practice, education, certification, or administrative dimensions of neuroscience and/or rehabilitation nursing. Funds are available up to $10,000, depending on budget for proposal.
Collaborative ARN and Sigma Theta Tau Grant
ARN's ASPC and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing are seeking applicants for grant support for research studies that aim to advance the science and practice of rehabilitation nursing, specifically related to Covid-19. Proposed research should have the potential to generate findings that will lead to further extramural funding and contribute to the larger body of rehabilitation and healthcare knowledge. Funds are available up to $10,000, depending on budget for proposal.
Call for Grant Reviewers
Are you interested in reading through these grant proposals? There's still time to apply! Deadline to apply is March 13, 2023.
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