The Nurses’ Memorial Foundation of S.A. Limited provides funding for one grant p.a.
The research objective must be to improve practice in a specific area of nursing or midwifery and should demonstrate how this may be achieved.
Research is to be undertaken primarily in South Australia within 1-2 years.
Funding available is up to AUS$30,000.
Funding is to be administered by an organisation or the educational institution of the researcher
50% is granted on approval, 40% on receipt of a mid-term report and 10% on receipt of the Final Report.
THE FOLLOWING HEADINGS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED:
SYNOPSIS – a brief summary of the research (½ page maximum)
AIMS & OBJECTIVES – to be identified (½ page maximum)
BACKGROUND & SIGNIFICANCE – references and rationale for the research (1 page maximum)
RESEARCH DESIGN – recruitment, methods of data collection, analysis framework (1½ pages maximum)
ETHICAL APPROVAL – has approval been given or is to be sought. Please describe the process of approval (½ page maximum)
OUTCOMES AND DISSEMINATION – identify the desired outcomes ad include how the research will be disseminated (½ page maximum).
TIMETABLE – identify the sequence of research, approvals, reports (½ page maximum)
BUDGET & JUSTIFICATION OF COSTS – including wages, costs (1 page max)
C.V. OF PRIMARY RESEARCHER is to be attached to the Application. This should not exceed 4 pages and should include educational qualifications, employment history, successful research grants and publications. Please include a passport size photograph.
REPORTING – reports mid-term and final are required prior to payment of appropriate share of grant.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT – of the Foundation’s Grant must be recorded in all publications.
Please use these official forms to complete your application.
For your convenience, please find both Word and PDF forms for download below.
Or, for more information and forms, contact The Secretary at 18 Dequetteville Terrace, Kent Town, SA, 5067
RETURN APPLICATION BY 30TH APRIL EACH YEAR TO:
18 DEQUETTEVILLE TERRACE,
KENT TOWN, SA 5067