This award supports doctoral level research conducted by PhD or DNP students to:
- increase the quality and quantity of scholarly inquiry into the uses of simulation in nursing education
- advance the science of nursing education
- increase the visibility of NLN-sponsored nursing education research.
This is a $2,500 award offered annually to support PhD doctoral dissertation nursing education research or DNP final project nursing education research. The recipient also receives a one-year student membership from the NLN.
- The application process is open to the public, but preference will be given to NLN members.
- Applicants must provide evidence that the proposed study has been approved by their dissertation or scholarly project committee and that IRB approval has been obtained, where applicable.
- Proposed studies must be clearly focused on simulation research in nursing education and must relate to one or more of the NLN Priorities for Research in Nursing Education.
- A complete proposal includes both a Blind Review File and a NLN Demographic Data Form (DOC) - uploaded separately
- The proposal must be submitted electronically by a specified deadline. Incomplete proposals or proposals submitted after this time will not be accepted for review.
- Applications must adhere to requirements for format, content, length limitations, and necessary supporting materials as outlined in the NLN Doctoral/Junior Faculty Research Awards Submission Guidelines (PDF)
- Upon completion of the funded study, grantees are expected to submit either an abstract for presentation at the NLN Summit or a two-page summary focused on outcomes of the research.
How to Submit:
Submissions are accepted online only. If this is your first time using NLN's online system, Fluid Review, please download the instructions for starting an online submission.
Proposals for the 2019 grants cycle will be accepted October 5, 2018 - February 4, 2019.
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The NLN Nursing Education Research Grants review process is used. All proposals are submitted for blind review by carefully selected experts in nursing education research. The submitted Blind Review File is the file that is reviewed by these experts. Recipients are selected through a peer review process using the following criteria (DOCX).
Letters of notification are sent to grant applicants no later than July 1st of each cycle.
Grant recipients are formally announced at the NLN Education Summit each fall. Awardees are encouraged to attend.
For questions about the submission or review process, please contact email@example.com.