Applications for Scholar and Fellow Award Programs
The NHCGNE Scholar and Fellow Award Programs* were created to increase academic gerontological nursing capacity in the United States by increasing the number of well-prepared gerontological nursing faculty. NHCGNE Scholars & Fellows, in collaboration with their mentors, implement a tailored professional development plan which supports development of new competencies and enhanced effectiveness as an academic leader. The program also focuses on leadership skills development.
The National Hartford Center of Gerontological Nursing Excellence with the support of the John A. Hartford Foundation will be accepting applications for a single scholar/fellow award in 2015 for individuals at institutions that are members of NHCGNE:
- The Claire M. Fagin Fellow Award Program provides for a 2-year fellowship for advanced research training and mentorship designed to assist doctorally-prepared nurses committed to faculty careers in gerontological nursing
Please feel free to contact Penny Roberts at email@example.com if additional information is needed.
Applications may be submitted beginning October 1, 2015.
*Formerly known as Building Academic Geriatric Nursing Capacity (BAGNC)
AHA/NHCGNE Postdoctoral Fellowship Award
The National Hartford Centers of Gerontological Nursing Excellence and the American Heart Association are joining forces to provide a postdoctoral fellowship award to support an investigator proposing innovative basic, clinical or translational research projects relevant to gerontological nursing, aging, cardiovascular disease, and /or stroke. Click here for further information. Applications are not currently being accepted for this award.
Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program Award
The National Hartford Centers of Gerontological Nursing Excellence is providing special funding to support a Health and Aging Policy Fellow Award for an RN interested in embarking on a non-residential Health and Aging Policy Fellowship track.
- Be doctorally prepared registered nurses (not including DNP or exclusively online curriculum).
- No more than 10 years postdoctoral research training; engaged in a temporary and defined academic mentored program in nursing; be appointed in an academic faculty role that may include status as an adjunct faculty member
- Hold degree(s) in nursing (undergraduate and/or Masters)
- Be United States citizens or permanent U.S. residents
- Have potential to develop into independent investigators
- Demonstrate potential for long-term contributions to gerontological nursing
- The program is open to U.S. citizens at all career stages, with a focus on those early or midway through their careers
- The program seeks to achieve racial, ethnic, gender, and discipline diversity; applicants from groups that historically have been underrepresented are strongly encouraged to apply
- Secure salary support/release time from the institution where the fellow is located.
- Attend NHCGNE’s Annual Leadership Conference as well as the GSA Annual Scientific Meeting at least one year in a two year fellowship program.
For more information visit: www.columbiapsychiatry.org/fellowships/Health-Aging-Policy-Fellows-Program.