Working towards optimal health for all older adults
Our members are more likely to achieve leadership roles because of the strong collaborative relationships that they build through access to over 300 gerontological nursing leaders, and because of the potential for rapid development of their programs through access to cutting-edge best practices, leadership, and research in faculty and curriculum development.
The NHCGNE Innovation Award is designed to recognize and celebrate innovative programs and projects that highlight excellence in Gerontological Nursing. The Award will be granted to a member or team of NHCGNE members to showcase innovations designed and implemented that positively impact the nursing care of older adults. Nominations for the NHCGNE Innovation Award are submitted by self-nomination. Nominees must be a gerontological nurse from a member institution.
The purpose of these awards is to support NHCGNE Leadership Conference travel for outstanding, early career predoctoral and doctoral students who are engaged in promoting gerontological nursing excellence. Applicants must be from an NHCGNE Member School.
This opportunity is open to NHCGNE member institutions only and is intended to provide a clinical research planning grant to support the planning activities needed for the successful execution of complex and multi-site clinical studies, including the development of a detailed study protocol and Manual of Procedures (MOP).