Research Grants

 

 

Every year, the Canadian Nurses Foundation provides seed funding  to support pilot studies and research projects on nursing care issues that builds research capacity and improves patient or client outcomes.

CNF/STTI Research Grant 2018  Application process is now openFor more information

CNF/STTI Research Grant 2017  Awarded The funding partners are pleased to announce Marilyn Macdonald as the recipient. Learn more

CNF/CCNA Research Grant 2017 Awarded  The funding partners are pleased to announce Charlene Chu as the recipient. Learn more

CNF & CIHR

2016 Request for Applications: Canadian Consortium for Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) Training Award for Nursing Students Awarded

Canadian Consortium for Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) Training Award for Nursing Students Award.

The funding partners, Canadian Nurses Foundation (CNF) and the Alzheimer Society Research Program (ASRP), are pleased to announce Sharlene Webkamigad as the first recipient of the award. Read more

The funding partners, Canadian Nurses Foundation (CNF) and the Alzheimer Society Research Program (ASRP), will co-fund Masters and Doctoral research awards. The program is designed to support a nursing trainee enrolled in a Masters or PhD program in Nursing, working on a project that is a component of a Canadian Consortium for Neurodegeneration in Aging (CCNA) associated team research plan.  Deadline: Friday November 6th 2015

2016 ASRP Announcement_ENGLISH

For more information

Research Department

Alzheimer Society of Canada

research@alzheimer.ca

Tel: 416-847-2968

 

Sigma Theta Tau International 2016:

Congratulations to Jacqueline Galica RN, MScN, CON(C), PhD(c): recipient of the 2016 Sigma Theta Tau International and Canadian Nurses Foundation Research Grant.   Her research project is titled “Mitigating a Common Issue in Cancer Survivorship: A Pilot, Group Online Intervention to Reduce Fear of Cancer Recurrence”.

Sigma Theta Tau International 2014-2015:

Congratulations to Ingrid E. Handlovsky, MN: recipient of the 2014 Sigma Theta Tau International and Canadian Nurses Foundation Research Grant. Her research proposal is titled “A qualitative exploration of gay men’s health issues, help-seeking behaviours and health provider-client interactions”.

Sigma Theta Tau International 2013-2014: 

2013-2015 Collaborative research grant

Doctoral Research Awards

CIHR New Investigator Award:

Partners: CIHR Partnership and Citizen Engagement & CNF

  • $150,000.00 Research Award until 2016

CIHR SHOPP: – Nursing Intervention for Older Adults:

Partners: CIHR Partnership and Citizen Engagement; CNF and CIHR Institutes of Aging)

  • $210,000.00 Research Award until 2018

For more information, please contact cbuckley@cnf-fiic.ca