NINR


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NINRNational Institute of Nursing Research
NINRNo Income No Ratio (credit)
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The new plan was shaped by the NINR Innovative Questions (IQ) initiative, an effort to encourage new thinking and creativity in nursing science from the broader scientific community and general public.
LA: I think the NINR has a bias toward clinical research that presumes all research must be about a single patient's outcome.
Joint Acknowledgment/Disclosure Statement: This work was funded by NCI/ NINR 5R01CA116227 (PI: Diane E.
As part of this celebration, a timeline of NINR's historical path and evolving work was published (Grady, 2010; Molyneux, 2010), clearly broadcasting that the sustainability of NINR has depended in part on interventional research addressing national or global, objective, patient/health care outcomes (Molyneux).
The director of the National Institutes of Health designated NINR as the lead institute for end-of-life research in 1997.
Implementing and investing in the recommendations from the Institute of Medicine Future of Nursing report and maintaining current funding for both NINR and Title VII will facilitate nursing's ability to continue meeting the challenges of collaborative healthcare delivery.
The NINR is inviting public comment on its next strategic plan through March 19.
Figure 1: Number of NIH Training (T) Grants Funded in 2006 (N = 2,370), by Institute According to CRISP NIDDK 257 NIMH 194 NCI 185 NICHD 146 NIA 83 CDC 67 NIDA 62 NIAAA 30 AHRQ 27 SAMSHA 0 NIGMS 380 NHLBI 277 NIAID 192 NINDS 73 NIEHS 66 NCRR 61 NIAMS 56 NIDCD 33 NIE 31 NIBIB 30 NIDCR 28 NCMHD 24 NINR 23 NLM 19 NHGRI 18 NCAAM 8 Note: CRISP includes projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services (SAMHSA), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ), and Office of Assistant Secretary of Health (OASH); in fiscal year 2006 or 2007, HRSA, John E.
NIA has partnered with NIMH, NINDS, and NINR in the AD Prevention Initiative, which is designed to invigorate discovery and testing of new treatments, identify risk and protective factors, enhance methods of early detection and diagnosis, and advance basic science to understand AD.
This research was funded by the National Institutes of Health (NICHD NINR ODP NIAID ODS RO1HD37367-02) and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NINR or NIH.
By the way, information about NINR grant funding under the recovery plan is at www.