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The RNF is looking for grant reviewers

Support the future of rehabilitation nursing practice by applying to become a grant reviewer by March 13. As healthcare technology advances, more people are surviving injuries and diseases that once would have been fatal. People experiencing chronic illness are living longer, and the need for rehabilitation services continues to expand.

To meet the growing need for rehabilitation innovation, the Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation (RNF) and ARN work to promote, develop, and/or engage in educational activities and scientific research to improve the quality of health care to individuals with a disability or chronic illness.

This year's grants, opening March 1, include funding for

  • quality improvement projects
  • advancing the science of neuroscience nursing
  • advancing the science and practice of rehabilitation nursing related to Covid-19

Grant reviewers help us choose the most eligible projects to support and have a powerful impact on the future of rehabilitation nursing science and practice.

Apply by March 13 to be considered! 

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