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2020 Board Nominations Are Open

If you are interested in applying for the 2021 FNINR Board of Directors, please fill out this form.

Please send any questions to Liz Fossett, Executive Director, at [email protected]

A Special Note from FNINR's President

These are challenging times for healthcare professionals and scientists, and for the people and communities we serve. Likewise, we are experiencing insights, innovation, and a deeper sense of community. As a member of the FNINR community, please know that you have been in my thoughts.

The work you do and the work you support are critical, and are more important now than ever. Many in our communities are on the frontlines engaging with COVID-19, others supporting direct care givers, and others devoted to discovering safe practices, and all of us committed to expanding our knowledge and transformation of healthy communities.  FNINR is sharing your stories, stories of nurse scientists on the frontlines of the pandemic, advancing the health of communities. FNINR honors scientist heroes by telling their stories and by advocating for them at the federal level as we support the National Institute of Nursing Research.

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FNINR December 2019 Newsletter

Keep up to date with all of FNINR's activities with the December 2019 FNINR newsletter. This issue includes photos from the 2019 NightinGala, an update on the next cohort of FNINR Ambassadors and gives a brief overview of the Friend of the Friends Program. 

Public Health Thank You Day 2019

 

Today is Public Health Thank You Day

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RWJF Health Policy Fellows Application

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has opened applications for their 2020-2021 Health Policy Fellows; the form will close on November 6, 2019 at 3 pm ET. To submit an application or read more, please visit https://www.healthpolicyfellows.org/apply/

NINR Acting Director and Scientific Director Dr. Ann Cashion to Retire

Ann K. Cashion, PhD, RN, FAAN, will retire from federal service, effective September 30. Dr. Cashion has served as Acting Director for the past year, and as NINR Scientific Director since 2013. Read more on NINR website.