Funding and Grants
The Colorado Nurses Foundation gives out funds to nursing students in order for them to achieve their goals and ideals and by sponsoring activities that will help educate their nurses. The likes of these of activities are CE Day held during the Colorado Nurses Association Annual Convention, funding for the International Conference on Caring; funds for the Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Multidisciplinary Research and Evidenced-Based Symposium, funds for the Children’s Hospital Evidence Based Practice Poster Fair, and funds for the Colorado Nurses Association New Graduate Education Activity and Job Fair.
Funding Support for Educational Activities
The people behind the foundation is bent on achieving excellent nursing care with their support thrown at projects centered on community service intended to educate and train these nurses.
Their goal is to give their full support and facilitate and organize projects that will serve consumers well and elevate the status of nursing care in Colorado. They also aim to improve nursing care practices. Organize and support activities aimed improving nursing and health care. They provide scholarship awards to students. Induce new ideas in practicing nurses and nursing students. They offer a venue for funding sources that can be used in further and advanced studies for nursing care.
Before funds are provided for nursing care projects, the foundation will have to consider a few things. These are; the funds will only be given in nursing associations or persons; the funds should be allotted for projects that will greatly help the nurses of Colorado state; a strong connection between the activity and the foundations’ mission; there should be a sixty leeway before the actual date of the event and cannot be granted once the vent has already occurred; the funds should not be used for individual scholarship grants.
|Deadline:||October of each year|