2017 Nursing Research Reviewer Opportunity!
- Do you have a research-focused doctorate?
- Have you received at least one externally-funded research grant in the last seven years?
- Have you reviewed research grant proposals or research-based manuscripts for journals?
- Are you looking to gain valuable experience in the grant review process?
- Are you a member of American Nurses Association?
If you answered “yes” to the above questions, then you should apply to become a part of the American Nurses Foundation’s Nursing Research Review Program.
Responsibilities: Reviewers assist the American Nurses Foundation by critiquing and scoring research proposals, and recommending allocation of funds to grantees. Reviewers serve three-year terms.
The two review committees are as follows:
Nursing Research Grant Reviewer (NRGR)
Responsibilities: Serve as a reviewer in Round One only for a period of 3 years (2017 – 2019) to critique and score Nursing Research Grant applications. You will be expected to participate in an online orientation in May. Round One review period is from June 1 – July 15.
Nursing Research Review Committee (NRRC)
Responsibilities: Serve as Primary Reviewer in both Round One and Round Two for a period of 3 years (2017 – 2019) to critique and score participants. During Round 2, present applications as appropriate to the NRRC committee during a two day conference call: August 7 & 8, 2017, August 6 & 7, 2018 and August 5 & 6, 2019. You must be available and commit to participate on both days via conference call.
To apply: Seasoned investigators, as well as those with research success in early post-doctoral years, are encouraged to apply online.
Areas of Expertise needed:
- Chronic Diseases/ Symptoms
- Complementary Therapies
- Health Disparities/ Cultural Issues
- Infectious Diseases
- Information Technology
- Physiological Focus
- Professional Practice, including Nursing Shortage Issues and Nursing Education
- School Nurse