CALNOC Announces the CALNOC Research Fund™ Dedicated to Advancing Innovative Research

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CALNOC Research Fund provides one year grants to be awarded to research projects focused on priorities in the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing Report that aim to improve global patient care excellence.

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CALNOC is grateful to our generous donors who contributed to the fund, and we look forward to the exciting research that will be made possible through the fund.” said Dr. Nancy Donaldson, DNSc, RN, FAAN, CALNOC Chairperson and Chief Scientist.

CALNOC (Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes), the leading provider of actionable information and research on nurse sensitive quality indicators, today announced the availability of one year grants to advance innovative research and demonstration projects that addresses research priorities emerging from the 2010 Institute of Medicine (IOM) Future of Nursing Report.

The CALNOC Research Fund™ is now available to both CALNOC participating and non-participating hospitals and doctoral students as initial and matching grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded. Contributions to The CALNOC Research Fund are made possible by generous donations received at CALNOC’s Gala Event: An Evening Transforming Patient Care during the CALNOC Annual Conference this past summer.

“CALNOC is pleased to be offering the CALNOC Research Fund to spur research aimed at advancing global patient care excellence,” said Dr. Nancy Donaldson, DNSc, RN, FAAN, CALNOC Chairperson and Chief Scientist. “We are grateful to our generous donors who contributed to this fund, and we look forward to the exciting research that will be made possible through the fund.”

Proposed research should focus on one or more of the research priorities cited in IOM Future of Nursing Report: Leading Change, Advancing Health (Washington DC, 2011), including care management models, comparative effectiveness, education, leadership, residencies, scope of practice, teamwork, technology, and value of reforms. Furthermore, research projects should focus on inpatient settings and/or transitions across the continuum of care.

Examples of relevant research include:

  •     Impacts of new models of care delivery on nursing work and nursing care
  •     Impacts of workforce configurations on health care costs, quality and access
  •     Strategies for increasing the efficient education, preparation and distribution of the nursing workforce, including nurse residencies
  •     Impacts of evolving payment innovations on nursing work and quality of care
  •     Impacts of introduction of new technologies on nursing care
  •     Impacts of team-based care models and other advances
  •     Impacts of nurse-led innovations in patient care design and delivery
  •     Comparative effectiveness of approaches to delivery nursing care

Research Grant Application Process
To apply for a research grant, please download the application and instructions from http://www.calnoc.org. For questions, contact CALNOC at info@calnoc.org or call 888.586.1994. The application deadline is January 20, 2012.

About CALNOC
CALNOC (the Collaborative Alliance for Nursing Outcomes), is the leading provider of actionable information and research on nurse sensitive quality indicators. Always on the forefront of patient care excellence, CALNOC created the first nursing database registry of nursing sensitive indicators which turns patient outcome data into powerful information for hospital executives to help guide decisions to advance global patient care. Hundreds of leading hospitals have joined CALNOC to monitor and benchmark performance in order to deliver excellence in patient care. CALNOC is a non-profit corporation with headquarters in San Ramon, California. For more information call 888.586.1994 or visit http://www.calnoc.org.

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