NCIN Updates

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NCIN Scholars Network: Regional Meetings 2015

Just last month the New Careers in Nursing Scholars’ Network held two regional meetings.
The first was hosted by Georgia Regents University in Augusta, Georgia on Saturday, April 18. The second brought schools together on the campus of Thomas Edison State College in Trenton, New Jersey on Saturday, April 25.

Legacy and Innovation Grants Announced

Twelve Colleges and Universities Receive Grants to Help Other Institutions Replicate and Sustain Benefits Realized through Innovative Nursing Scholarship Program

The Doctoral Advancement in Nursing Project: Helping Nurses Earn the Terminal Degree

 DAN mentoring pairThe Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Careers in Nursing program (NCIN) launched the Doctoral Advancement in Nursing (DAN) Project to address the lack of doctorally-prepared nurses the nation requires to address the nation’s future health care needs.

NCIN 7 Summit Materials Available

Session materials are posted! Further content will join these resources as podcasts are developed and supporting content requested. You can review resources from this summit and previous summits by clicking on the resources tab or viewing the archived summit materials located here:

You can use the filter tools to focus in on the year of the summit or the material presented.

2013-2014 Final Narrative Reports

Narrative and Financial reports for NCIN 6

All Round 6 grantee schools are responsible for a final report due to the Foundation at the end of their grant cycle. Final Narrative and Financial reports are due 30 days after your grant period ends which falls on September 30, 2014.

2014 NCIN Call for Poster Abstracts

Attendees viewing posters 
Just Closed

Presentation Location: 
InterContinental Chicago, O’Hare
5300 N. River Road, Rosemont, Illinois 60018

Just released: Request for Innovation and Legacy Proposals from NCIN Grantees

 The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Careers in Nursing Scholarship program (NCIN) National Program Office (NPO) is requesting proposals from current and all previous NCIN grantees to either develop and implement “Innovations in Accelerated Nursing Education” projects or a manuscript detailing a legacy through the impact and transformations of the NCIN program.

A New Direction for RWJF

Beginning in 2014, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will develop new programs that strive to increase the number of scholars/fellows/leaders it supports annually. Read about the Foundation’s new direction for leadership programs here.  
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