NASN is offering a $3500 research grant through the American Nurses Foundation (ANF) for beginner and experienced nurse researchers for studies to advance nursing science and enhance care. Awardee must be a current member of the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) and a qualified professional school nurse engaged in school nurse practice, education or research. The study must be pertinent to school nursing or student health, for example the impact of school nursing services on student health and academic outcomes, the effectiveness of health promotion and disease prevention, or the cost-effectiveness of nursing services.
The NASN/ANF grant is typically available in January and can be found online at www.ANFonline.org.
2012 NASN / American Nurses Foundation Scholar
Rula Wilson, DNP, MS, RN, SANE-P, Assistant Professor, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - School of Nursing, was awarded the 2012 NASN / American Nurses Foundation grant for her study: Knowledge, Practices, and Attitudes about HPV Vaccination: Ethnically Diverse Hispanic Mothers & Healthcare Providers
2011 NASN / American Nurses Foundation Scholar
Dr. Rhonda Goodman, Assistant Professor, Florida Atlantic University, was awarded the 2011 NASN / American Nurses Foundation grant to study A Digital Storytelling Intervention to Reduce Stress in Adolescent Females. Congratulations Rhonda!!
2010 NASN / American Nurses Foundation Scholar
Dr. Ellen B. Buckner, DSN, RN was named the 2010 NASN / American Nurses Foundation Scholar. Dr. Buckner received $3500 to conduct the research study: Building a Statewide Infrastructure for School Nurse Research. Dr. Buckner is on faculty at the University of Southern Alabama. NASN congratulates Dr. Buckner!!
Find out more about the American Nurses Foundation Scholars.