Equity-Focused Dissemination and Implementation Mini-Grants for Nurses
As front-line health care providers, nurses play a pivotal role in implementing health interventions and policies directly to patients and communities. These mini-grants provide up to $2,000 to enable nurses affiliated with the URMC Clinical Nursing Research Center to develop, strengthen, or evaluate equity-focused dissemination and implementation (EQ-DI) research.
Dissemination and implementation research generates scientific knowledge on how to effectively translate and use evidence-based practices, interventions, and policies in real-world settings like hospitals and communities. EQ-DI applies an equity lens to this process by prioritizing health equity when conceptualizing, developing, and evaluating dissemination and implementation activities, strategies, and outcomes.
Learn more about the UR CTSI's EQ-DI program.
Full-time nursing practice employees at Strong Memorial Hospital (or a URMC-affiliated hospital) with a nursing degree (bachelor’s or higher), who are sponsored by the Clinical Nursing Research Center. The Mini-Grants are not intended to support graduate program projects (e.g., thesis, dissertation) and are limited to one project each year per nurse researcher.
These awards provide up to $2,000 over up to one year.
There are no due dates for submission of applications (they will be awarded on a rolling basis), but funds awarded must be used before the end of the UR CTSI fiscal cycle on May 31, 2024. If funds are not used within this time frame, the awardee will lose rights to any remaining unspent funds and no extensions will be granted. We will continue to accept applications throughout the year until available funds are allocated.
Scholars and Projects
The community stakeholders' views on sexual health development support for adolescents 10-14 years in Rochester City, New York State, USA.
Sadandaula Rose Muheriwa, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Associate in the University of Rochester School of Nursing