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NINR's palliative care brochure, describes a comprehensive treatment that helps reduce or eliminate the pain and other distressing symptoms of illness and medical treatments.
This brochure provides an overview of pediatric palliative care and answers questions that parents and families may have, such as:
In "A Family's Perspective," four families share their experiences with pediatric palliative care and how the care they receive impacts their children and their lives. The stories highlight the benefits of pediatric palliative care and provide families’ perspectives on this type of care.
The at-a-glance fact sheet provides a brief overview of pediatric palliative care and answers some common questions that families may have such as:
This tear-off pad is for providers to use with their patients. It offers tips, resources, and answers to common questions about palliative care to help encourage interactive discussions with patients and their families or caregivers. Each pad contains 25 patient education sheets.
The NINR Overview Flyer briefly outlines the role of nursing science, describes the institute, and offers examples of NINR-supported science.
The NINR Graduate Partnerships Program (GPP) in Biobehavioral Research offers up to five years of support for nursing students who are interested in entering or currently enrolled in a PhD program.
The 2020 Boot Camp will explore the impact that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has in the evolving healthcare environment, and overall efforts to improve the quality of care for patients and families.
This brochure provides a small, representative sample of some of the notable scientific advances supported by NINR in recent years, demonstrating the broad reach of nursing science, and the promise the field holds for improving the Nation's health now and in the future.
NINR is pleased to announce the publication of our first history book in commemoration of the Institute's 25 years at NIH. The book explores the origins of NINR, the launching of nursing science at NIH, NINR's advancement from a Center to an Institute, and how nursing science has progressed in the past quarter century.
This report looks at the trends in end-of-life and palliative care (EOL PC) research publications over the past 14 years, including information on federal research awards, funding patterns, and the contributions of public and private investments in EOL PC science.
This overview offers basic things to know about end-of-life caregiving. Every caregiver’s experience is personal, but this sheet addresses some common questions, including:
NINR's Strategic Plan seeks to harness the strengths of nursing science to power an ambitious research agenda that will meet current and future health care needs and anticipate future health challenges and priorities. The Plan is intended to not only serve as a guide for NINR research and training activities over the coming years, but also to provide a vision for nursing science for the next quarter century. Read the NINR Strategic Plan: Advancing Science, Improving Lives (complete PDF version, 3.0 MB).