Oncology Nurse Scientist Intensive
2021 will be held in a virtual format on June 7 and 8, 2021.
Letters of Intent (LOI) due: March 10, 2021
LOI acceptance notifications: March 29, 2021
Intensive Research Grant Application due: May 2, 2021 - applicants are only permitted to submit this application upon acceptance of their Letter of Intent (LOI).
Purpose: To expand the scientific foundation for oncology nursing practice and improvement of the healthcare of people impacted by cancer through a research mentoring and networking opportunity for PhD nurse scientists.
The Oncology Nurse Scientist Intensive will join 10 competitively selected participants and senior research scientist faculty mentors to collaborate in a mock study section and working sessions to refine grant proposals. The Intensive is designed to foster the needs and interests of early career oncology nurse scientists in a supportive environment.
Invited participants are required to submit a research grant proposal for review during a mock research study section.
Eligibility: The principal investigator must be a registered nurse with a PhD and actively involved in some aspect of cancer patient care, education, or research. PI must have completed their PhD in 2011 or later (PhDs conferred in 2010 or earlier are not eligible for this program.)
There are no registration fees for the Intensive.