The Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation (RNF) will fund up to $30,000, to facilitate projects intended to have a significant impact on rehabilitation nursing and rehabilitation nursing research.
2018 Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation Grant
Special Call for Research Proposals: Early Mobilization or Alarm Fatigue
ARN and RNF are seeking proposals for research studies that focus on Early Mobilization or Alarm Fatigue. Both topics address important problems that may be experienced by populations with functional impairments, limitations, and disabilities. In addition to the impact on functional outcomes and quality of life of these populations, healthcare providers, caregivers, and family members may also directly or indirectly be affected by these issues. The overall purpose of this call is to investigate health concerns that are amenable to rehabilitation nursing care and that, through the conduction of robust research, provide evidence for practice.
Application and Guidelines for Submitting a Research Grant
Six-month Progress Report Template
Tips on Writing a Research Proposal
Need a Research Consultation?
Past Grant Recipients
RNF Research Agenda
Rehabilitation Nursing Foundation
8735 W. Higgins Road
Chicago, IL 60631