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Written by preeminent authors and educators with extensive experience in teaching proposal and grant writing to nurses and other health care professionals, the book discusses how to create proposals for dissertations, capstone projects, research funding, fellowships, and career development awards, as well as for educational training, translational research, evidence-based practice, and demonstration projects.
Using a clear, commonsense approach, it delineates the foundations and underlying structure of a well-written proposal and then focuses on the specific elements required for each different type of proposal.
It discusses selecting a problem, developing an argument, and describing the aims of the project; showing the significance of the problem and describing the conceptualization and innovative aspects of the work; detailing the approach or research design and methods; composing the title and abstract; describing budgetary considerations; and preparing ancillary materials.
The book also includes worksheets to help readers personalize the information for their particular project. Instructions on how to synthesize the relevant literature for a study is presented in helpful case examples. The book also addresses the processes of writing and submitting a grant, its review, and possible resubmission.
Provides abundant tools for writing proposals of substance, clarity, and conviction Takes readers step by step through the process of writing a great variety of proposals Facilitates clear thinking and to-the-point writing Includes worksheets to help readers personalize information for their particular project Provides formats required for all federal grant proposals About the Authors: Tornquist a program on grant writing.
She also consults with other universities in these areas. Her research interests, grants, and publications, which number overfocus on various aspects of applied measurement and research utilization and facilitation. She has taught scientific writing for nearly 40 years and has conducted numerous workshops for university faculty, health care clinicians, and scientists in industry on writing grant proposals, research and technical reports, and articles for publication.
She is nationally known as an editor and has helped scientists from many disciplines write fundable grant proposals and publishable articles. In addition, she has authored two books and dozens of articles, and she co-edited three books in addition to those written with Dr.
Tornquist have taught proposal writing courses and grant-writing institutes; been awarded grants from the National Institutes of Health, the Division of Nursing, and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; developed a research utilization model; published a dozen refereed articles and edited six books five of which were honored with AJN Book of the Year awards and two of which were republished in other languages.Here, you'll find resources that will help in preparing and submitting a proposal to apply for funding from the various NLN nursing education research grants.
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She has taught research methods, statistics, and grant writing to master’s and doctoral students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scholars, and faculty, and co-teaches with Elizabeth M. Tornquist a program on grant writing. Writing Grant Proposals That Win, Fourth Edition offers step-by-step instructions and clear examples of how to write winning grant proposals.
It offers practical guidance on how to: Express the need for the project, Describe objectives and activities, Outline an evaluation plan, and more.