NIGHTINGALE RESEARCH GRANTS
KEY DEADLINE DATES:
ONLINE GRANT APPLICATION SUBMISSION Opens January 15, 2020 and will close April 30, 2020 at 11:59 pm ET
SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION
NOTIFICATION OF FUNDING: June 25-27, 2020 (Announced at Annual Meeting)
FUNDING AVAILABLE: July 15, 2020
Click here for Research Grant Application Guidelines
PURPOSE OF THE NIGHTINGALE GRANT PROGRAM:
The purpose of the AAHFN Nightingale Research Grant Program is to support novel, innovative heart failure (HF) nursing research to improve patient and family outcomes. While priority is given to junior faculty and PhD/DNP students other applicants will be considered such as:nurse leaders who mentor/educate nurses in HF (project based). All nurse researchers are invited to apply. Projects in progress are acceptable if they are not near completion and the budget supports the need for funding. Research projects should address AAHFN’s organizational and research priorities. Two grants are offered with the aim of supporting clinically relevant evidenced-based practice (EBP) projects that contribute to EBP in heart failure nursing. We expect that the knowledge gained from the project(s) will be shared so upon completion of the research study or project grant recipients are required to submit their work for presentation at the AAHFN Annual Meeting.
Eligibility: Applicants must
- Be AAHFN member
- Hold a Master's Degree or higher
- Or have completed candidacy requirements for a PhD or DNP program
Non-members may apply but must become a member if grant awarded
AAHFN Nightingale Grants ($1,000 and $500 EACH)
- Maximum funding period is for 12 months post receipt of award notification
- “No cost” extensions are not permitted
Release of funds will be based on the following criteria:
- 85% will be released upon receipt and approval of all required paperwork.
- 15% will be released upon receipt of the final report by the due date (60 days after the after the end of the funding period) and the findings are presented at the AAHFN Annual Meeting.