The National Association of Neonatal Nurses believes that research must be used to drive the practice of neonatal nursing. This means the organization shall provide avenues for members to become more active in reading, understanding, conducting, and practicing research and evidence-based neonatal care.
You are at the forefront of the research needed to continuously improve the state of neonatal care. Because of this, NANN has taken a great step forward with the following new and existing initiatives.
The Research Institute was formed to support you and the neonatal community at large by providing greater access to and assistance in developing and advancing your knowledge and skills, regardless of your level of education or experience and research training. The creation of a research agenda, programming and dissemination, mentoring, and grants campaign are all a part of the Research Institute. The Research Institute is governed by a Steering Council, made up of NANN volunteers who represent the interests of research in neonatal nursing.
NANN gratefully acknowledges the funding provided by the following companies and Charter Members of the Research Institute:
|Philips Mother and Child Care||Abbott Nutrition|
|Mead Johnson Nutrition||March of Dimes|
This support enables NANN to offer you the following current and future programs:
9th Annual Research Summit
April 1–3, 2014
Abstracts from the 2013 Summit are available in the June 2013 issue of Advances in Neonatal Care.
The Research Summit is made possible through an educational grant from Mead Johnson Nutrition.
The Small Grants Mentee/Mentor Program is now accepting applications from all NANN members with an interest in furthering their research interests and/or initiating their own research study or evidence-based practice (EBP) project. The program provides an avenue for connecting those with little or no research background with experienced researchers to enhance their skills and promote the success of the research study or EBP project. The deadline to submit your grant application is Sunday, March 2, 2014 at 11:59pm CST.
If you are selected to receive one of the four Small Grants, you are required to attend NANN’s Annual Educational Conference, September 10-13, 2014 in Phoenix to be recognized and receive your grant. You are also required to present your findings at the 2016 NANN Annual Educational Conference.
To help you in writing your grant, please click here to request a mentor.
The Small Grants Program is sponsored in part by the following
Click here to view their profiles and updates on their work.
The Research Institute Steering Council has created a list, or agenda, of areas of research to guide NANN's efforts. This list will be shared with the Research Summit and Annual Educational Conference planning committees, offered to those applying for a small grant, and under constant review with regular updates. View NANN's research agenda