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The Academy of Medical-Surgical Nursing (AMSN) provides three types of grants available for nursing research.
MSNCB Certification Research Grant: To support medical-surgical nursing research conducted by beginning and experienced researchers. The topic is specialty certification and its impact on medical-surgical nursing practice and patient outcomes. One (1) $20,000 MSNCB Certification Research Grant may be awarded this year.
Cecelia Gatson Grindel Evidence-Based Practice Research Grant: To support medical-surgical nursing investigation to evaluate practice changes that have been developed using an evidence-based practice approach conducted by beginning and experienced researchers. One (1) $5,000-$10.000 Cecelia Gatson Grindel Evidence-Based Practice Research Grant may be awarded each year.
Nursing Research Grant: To support medical-surgical nursing research conducted by beginning or advanced researchers. Up to three (3) $5,000-$10,000 Nursing Research Grants may be awarded each year.
Applications are accepted year-round.
- Applicant must be
- A member of AMSN in good standing (except for the MSNCB Certification Research Grant).
- The principle investigator who is actively involved in some aspect of care, education, or research for the medical-surgical patient.
- Preference is given to a project that involves nurses in the design and implementation of the research activity that promote theoretically-based medical-surgical health practice.