Research and Evidence-Based Practice Grants
$10,000 in Grants Available
The purpose of this small grant funding is to provide seed money, pilot funding, or total funding for small studies with promising contributions to public health nursing (PHN) or PHN education.
The applicant must be a member of ACHNE, have a master's or doctoral degree, or enrolled in a doctoral program.
Three proposals will be funded based on a maximum grant fund of up to $7,500, $2,500 per grant. Funds will be awarded at the Virtual ACHNE Annual Institute, June 10 - 11, 2021.
Proposals must be submitted by February 15, 2021, at 8:00 am EST. For further information, to address any questions, and to submit a proposal, please contact Dr. Kathleen McElroy. Click the links below for the Proposal Guidelines and Application.
Evidenced-Based Practice (EBP) Project Call for Innovative Proposals
The purpose of this small grant funding is to provide support for EBP Projects that Promote community/public health through effective teaching, mastery of student learning and/or collaborating to improve health outcomes of individuals, families, across the lifespan or groups, communities or systems across the healthcare continuum.
Eligibility for the ACHNE EBP Project Call for Innovative Proposals is limited to active ACHNE membership. The requirement is the EBP Project Lead is an ACHNE member and holds a Master's or Doctoral degree, or be enrolled in a doctoral program.
The total award amount for a single EBP project is capped at $2,500, but may be less. Funds will be awarded at the Virtual ACHNE Annual Institute, June 10 - 11, 2021.
Proposals must be submitted by February 15, 2021, at 8:00 am EST. For further information, to address any questions, and to submit a proposal, please contact Dr. Stephanie Smith. Click the link below for the EBP Project Guidelines and Application.
Food for thought...
Ultimately, the goal of the ACHNE Research Grant and the Evidence-Based Practice Project is to encourage collaborative scholarship between PhD and Doctorate in Nursing Practice scholars. Coordination of research efforts between these groups, and innovative practice partnerships, could be worthy of consideration for a larger award than either a Research or EPB award alone.
If you have such a proposal, we encourage you to submit. There are no scoring criteria for a joint award at this time but the Research Committee will consider them on a case by case basis.