Heilbrunn Nurse Scholar Award

Learn more about the 2014 award recipients

Funding for the Heilbrunn Family Center for Research Nursing at the Rockefeller University and the associated funds to support the Heilbrunn Nurse Scholar Awards is made possible by a generous endowment from Helaine Lerner and her sister Joan Rechnitz in honor of their parents Harriet and Robert Heilbrunn

Eligibility:

Registered nurses in a research-focused doctoral program who have completed their dissertation proposal defense, Master’s-prepared nurses who have successfully conducted a research study, or doctorally-prepared nurses who are actively engaged in nursing science.

 

Program:

The Heilbrunn Family Nurse Scholar Award is a 1-2 year program that provides financial support for nurses to pursue independent research projects and make a contribution to the discipline of nursing. The maximum amount of funding per proposal is $25,000 (total). The award is individualized for each nurse scholar and is awarded as a stipend to be administered by the scholar to support activities such as data collection, data analysis, conference travel, etc. The nurse scholar will have ongoing communication with the Director of the Heilbrunn Family Center for mentorship and will also be required to present periodic updates on their research study to the RUH nursing staff.  An annual report will be submitted by the scholar to summarize expenditures and productivity.

 

Application:

Eligible applicants will submit the attached application on line at heilbrunnfamilyrfp.rucares.org between January 19-30, 2015. Please submit the proposal as one document in PDF format as directed on the web site. All applicants will be notified of the disposition of their proposal by April 1, 2015.

 

Proposal Guidelines:

Proposal Guidelines for the Heilbrunn Nurse Scholar Awar.pdf

The Heilbrunn Family Center for Research Nursing serves as a resource for the development of programs and collaborations to promote research nursing as a profession on a local, national and international level. Through these efforts the Center raises public awareness of nursing as an integral component of clinical and translational science.