NOTICE: For the April 2013 and November 2013 competitions, only the Creelman, Davidson, and Finlay Funds will be available for applications. The Katherine MacMillan Director's Discretionary Fund and the Helen Shore Nursing Endowment Fund will not be available as part of the Internal Research Grant competition until 2014.
This fund provides support for nursing research, specifically for the study of issues related to respiratory health and illness. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Students in the School of Nursing.
This fund provides support for research in public health in all of its forms including screening, early intervention, disease surveillance, health promotion, disease prevention, fostering self-care, and community empowerment. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Students in the School of Nursing as well as tenure track nursing faculty during the pre-tenure period.
This fund provides support for research in nursing, specifically for the study of issues related to childbearing women and their families. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
UBC School of Nursing faculty including tenure, tenure-track and continuing appointees; joint and adjunct appointees are eligible if collaborating with School of Nursing faculty or students as co-principal investigators or co-investigators; students in the School of Nursing. Preference will be given to faculty who are new investigators or faculty investigators embarking upon new areas of study. No investigator can concurrently hold more than one SON research grant as principal investigator or co-investigator with the exception of those in a supervisory role with students.
A sub-committee will be established to oversee the reviews and adjudication process. The principles of ethical peer review will be upheld in structuring the review process.
DEADLINE: April 8, 2013
Next Competition Deadline: Nov. 4, 2013
Notification of Awards
Recommendations will be submitted to the Director, School of Nursing. Successful applicants will be notified. Funds are awarded for a ONE-YEAR period.