Awards & Grants
Future of Nursing
Twenty-seven nurse leaders and their professional colleagues from Centers for Nursing representing 22 states across the nation gathered in Dallas, TX from Feb. 10 -12 to network, discuss current and future workforce needs for registered nurses, and planned for the ongoing need for accurate, reliable nursing workforce data. Executive Director, Deborah Elliott, MBA, RN, attended the 2-day meeting representing the interests of registered nurses in NYS.
"Although Centers vary in their structure and funding support across the US, all have one common goal which is to promote an optimal nursing workforce in order to meet the healthcare needs of current and future populations", Elliott stated. "Through collaboration, dissemination of critical data and informing decision makers, this is certainly possible", she added. For more information about the National Forum of State Nursing Workforce Centers and the New York Center for Nursing Workforce Data, click here
The Foundation of NYS Nurses is pleased to provide the final report for the Academic Progression in Nursing (APIN) first phase of funding.
Click here for report: NY APIN Final Report.pdf
For more information about the APIN grant click here
The Cathryne A. Welch Center for Nursing Research is proud to welcome Jessica Jackson as the newest Research Fellow. Ms. Jackson is being sponsored by ANA - New York and will use the fellowship to conduct research on workplace violence among nurses, focusing on nurse bullying. Ms. Jackson is currently the Bone Marrow Transplant Register Nurse Data/Quality Coordinator at Upstate Cancer Center of SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from SUNY Brockport and earned a Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in Epidemiology at SUNY Albany. "The Foundation of NYS Nurses is honored to continue to provide the Research Fellows program and is grateful to ANA-New York for their support", Foundation President, Joan Madden Wilson comments. "Nursing research is integral to ensuring that the public's health is improving and meeting patient and family needs", President Madden Wilson continues.
Ms. Jackson will be mentored by Priscilla Worrall, PhD, RN, Coordinator of Nursing Research at Upstate Medical Center.