NINR


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National Institute of Nursing Research

 
an institute of the national institutes of health that supports clinical and basic research to establish a scientific basis for the care of individuals across the life span in a variety of ways.

NINR

NINR

National Institute of Nursing Research.
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Promoting innovation and developing 21st century nurse scientists are emphasized across all of NINRs research programs.
This is definitely an investment by the NINR that is paying off.
Note: Funding provided for this project by NINR grant # RO1NR05062-01A.
Becoming a dean of a college of nursing; chairing curriculum committees; sitting on the boards of hospitals, state boards of nursing, and nursing organizations; being a hospital administrator or unit administrator; or sitting on a NINR review board that funds "nursing research" are some examples where Rogerian scholars can work in assuring the voice and value of nursing theory-based education, research, and practice is heard and advanced.
NINR does not target a particular age group, clinical condition, or disease category but supports basic and clinical research on broad topics such as human responses to illnesses, healthy lifestyle adaptation, symptom management, adherence to treatment regimens, environmental influences on health, development, and recovery, effective clinical strategies, and community-based health care.
Acknowledgment: This work was supported in part by a Center grant to the University of Kentucky College of Nursing fiom NIH, NINR, 1P20NRO10679.
Carlson is a Brookdale Leadership in Aging Fellow and recipient of an NINR Career Development Award (1K99NR010495-01).
National Institute of Nursing Research Lists grants and training opportunities from NINR, as well as funded activities, www.
gov; Yvonne Bryan, Division of Extramural Activities, NINR, 45 Center Drive, Room 3AN-12, MSC 6300, Bethesda, MD 20892-6300 USA, 301-594-6908, fax: 301-480-8260, e-mail: yvonne_bryan@nih.