With its focus on informatics and innovation in the use of data analysis and health information technology, the Edmund J.Y. Pajarillo Fund opens new avenues for either scholarships or research grants to support the National League for Nursing and its members.
The multiple real-world applications of these research studies are urgently needed. Among the anticipated potential outcomes are:
Developing and piloting independent or consultancy roles such as Health and Resource Navigator (HRN) to connect individuals and families to health and other community resources; Independent Chronic Disease Nurse Consultant (CDNC) and Chronic Disease Nurse Educator (CDNE) who partner with private practices, hospitals or community-based clinics; and Independent Nurse Peer Counselors (NPC) to mentor new nursing school graduates or aspiring nurse educators
This is a $2,500 award offered annually to support a PhD doctoral dissertation, DNP research or capstone, or a Master of Science in Nursing student focusing on health informatics and innovation in research in nursing education. Applications to the Pajarillo Fund for research grants in the 2022 funding cycle will be considered in three broad categories:
For more information, please visit the NLN Research Grants.
A scholarship of up to $2,500 will be offered annually to support nurses and nurse educators enrolled in an accredited graduate level program focusing on health informatics and innovation in research in nursing education. Applications to the Pajarillo Scholarship in the 2022 funding cycle will be considered in three broad categories:
For more information, please visit the NLN Foundation for Nursing Education Scholarships.