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The 2020 Summer Genetics Institute will mark the 20th anniversary of the program.
On November 19, Dr. Patricia W. Stone presented “Informing Health Policy Through Science to Improve Healthcare for Older Adults.”
Read the latest NINR Acting Director’s Message, in which Dr. Lawrence A. Tabak shares important news about leadership changes at NINR, effective January 1, 2020.
When someone has a serious illness, it can be overwhelming to know where to turn or what to do. NINR recognizes this and provides science-based palliative care information to support individuals, families, clinicians, and communities who are managing the symptoms of serious illnesses. November is a perfect time to call attention to this work as it is designated as National Family Caregivers Month and National Hospice and Palliative Care Month.
Applications are due by 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, December 2, 2019.
The National Institute of Nursing Research announced the appointment of four new members to the National Advisory Council for Nursing Research.
NINR recently published a funding opportunity to improve health outcomes and to reduce disparities in rural populations.
GPP is a doctoral fellowship training program that coordinates training and funding for PhD students attending a school of nursing.
Dr. Jessica Gill, NINR Acting Scientific Director and Chief of the Institute’s Tissue Injury Branch, is part of a national research consortium of universities, hospitals, and clinics that has received $50 million to study the long-term impacts of mild traumatic brain injuries or concussions on service members and veterans.