ENA Foundation offers Industry-Supported research grant that will advance the specialized practice of emergency nursing. The students of United States and a current member of the Emergency Nurses Association can apply for research grant. The ENA Foundation will award two $5,000 grants. Payments will be made to the PI’s institution, which will be responsible for administering funds. Detailed financial reports will be required. The ENA Foundation is not fiscally responsible for funds necessary for the project’s completion. Funds may be used for materials and supplies within the scope of the proposed investigation. The application deadline is October 1, 2013.
Study Subject(s): Research grant is provided in the discipline of emergency nursing.
Course Level: Grant is available for pursuing research degree level.
Scholarship Provider: ENA Foundation
Award can be taken at: USA
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Eligibility: –Citizen of the United States and a current member of the Emergency Nurses Association.
-Registered nurse with required research experience as
-A beginning nurse investigator
-Experienced nurse investigator
-Interdisciplinary research team or
-Principal or other investigator.
-Either Master’s or Doctoral prepared.
-Submit a complete application with signed research agreement.
-Be ready to or have already started the research project.
-Not have served in the immediate past three years on the ENA board of directors, ENA Foundation board of trustees and/or a member of the research grant review team.
Open for International Students: The students of United States and a current member of the Emergency Nurses Association can apply for Research Grant.
Description: Welcome to the ENA Foundation research grant program. The ENA Foundation was established in 1991 by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) as a national charitable organization. The mission of the ENA Foundation is to provide educational scholarships and research grants in the discipline of emergency nursing. The ENA Foundation has combined resources, with Stryker and FreemanWhite ED Design Team, to offer these industry supported research grants. In 2013, the ENA Foundation will award two $5,000 grants. These grants provide funding for research that will advance the specialized practice of emergency nursing. The industry-sponsored research funding is available to support emergency nursing research, which is broadly defined as scientific investigation designed to furnish new knowledge relating to emergency nursing care. Such investigations may focus on basic science research, clinical research, preventative care, or research in emergency nursing teaching, education, management, and leadership.
Number of award (s): Two financial aid positions will be awarded.
Duration of award (s): Not Known
What does it cover? Applicants are applying for one $5,000 grant. Payments will be made to the PI’s institution, which will be responsible for administering funds. Detailed financial reports will be required. The ENA Foundation is not fiscally responsible for funds necessary for the project’s completion. Funds may be used for materials and supplies within the scope of the proposed investigation. Matching funds from the home institution (e.g., in the form of time release from other work duties) are highly encouraged but not required. The following budget restrictions apply:
-Consultant fees limited to $500 total.
-Expenses related to travel and/or dissemination of data (such as a conference presentation) limited to $500 total. Travel must be directly related to the research project.
-No salary allowed for principal or co-investigator; salaries for research assistance permitted.
-No expenses associated with education such as textbooks, tuition, etc.
-Durable equipment must be specified in the applications itemized budget report
-It is preferred that the institution provides the donation of indirect costs. Up to 8% indirect costs, are allowed if the institution requires. Total funding including direct and indirect costs for each grant from the ENA Foundation will not exceed $5,000.
-The final $500 of the grant award will be distributed, if owed, after the final report has been submitted to the ENA Foundation. A final report must be submitted 60 days following the 12 month grant funding period.
Selection criteria: These general points will be considered when reviewing the applications: Qualifications of Investigators (5%), Significance (30%), Institutional or Resource Requirement (10%), Research Methods (40%), Innovation (10%) and Protection of Human Subjects (5%).
Notification: Not Known
How to Apply: The mode of applying is post and electronically.
-The application must be in Microsoft Word 97 or higher and submitted electronically to Foundation-at-ena.org. Handwritten or printed applications are not acceptable.
-All questions must be answered. Applications that are incomplete in any way will not be submitted for review.
-It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit a completed application and all supporting materials by the postmark deadline. Materials received after the postmark deadline will not be included with the application.
-Unless indicated otherwise, attaching curriculum vitae (CV) or resume in place of filling in blanks is not acceptable.
-Electronic application must include: signed and dated application form, biographical sketch, study budget and budget justification, abstract, proposal (see guidelines page 5), names and qualifications of mentors/preceptors (if applicable), letter of support.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is October 1, 2013.