The 2014 Geriatric Nursing Research Scholars Program

The 2014 program will be held on July 28 - August 1, 2014.

Tuition: $1,500 Includes Breakfast and Lunch. Attendees are responsible for their own accomodations and travel expenses.

Applications accepted on a rolling basis up - DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 15TH!
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Faculty featuring the following:

Tara Cortes, PhD, RN, FAAN
Executive Director,
Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing
Professor of Geriatric Nursing
College of Nursing
New York University

Guest Faculty:
Elaine J. Amella, PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor
College of Nursing
Medical University of South Carolina
 
Meredeth Rowe, RN, MSN, PhD, FAAN
Professor and Lewis and Leona Hughes
Endowed Chair in Nursing Science
College of Nursing
University of South Florida

Barbara Resnick, PhD, RN, CRNP, FAAN, FAANP
Professor, OSAH
Sonya Ziporkin Gershowitz Chair of Gerontology
School of Nursing
University of Maryland

 


 
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Research Summer Scholars

Hartford Institute Geriatric Nursing Research Scholars, 2012

The Summer Scholars program is a week-long, intensive, summer seminar held at the New York University College of Nursing. It is an in-depth mentoring experience with nationally recognized gerontologic nursing researchers. 

PARTICIPANT ELIGIBILITY

  • Completed accredited doctoral degree
  • Affiliation with a sponsoring university or healthcare institution
  • Demonstrated potential for outstanding gerontologic research
  • Recommendation from a senior faculty member or healthcare administrator


Up to 20 scholars are chosen by competitive application process. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis up until 05/01/2014.

Goals

  • To foster successful programs of gerontologic research with significant implications for practice
  • To assist in the refinement of a program of significant research
  • To hone specific research skills and gain a competitive edge for funding
  • Engaged in discussion and critical analysis of a variety of research programs
  • Advanced and refined an individual program of research
  • Refined skills and knowledge in specific areas of research


Objectives: By the end of the program, Scholars will have:

  • Affiliation with a sponsoring university or healthcare institution
  • Demonstrated potential for outstanding gerontologic research
  • Completed accredited doctoral degree
  • Demonstrated potential for outstanding gerontologic research
  • Recommendation from a senior faculty member or healthcare administrator
  • Opportunity to pursue research in the future

 

See also Regional Nursing Research Societies 1- Day Preconference Geriatric Nursing Research Workshops...