The Office for Nursing Research provides a number of research support services for students.
Consultations and modeling parties
- Schedule a consultation appointment through the online calendar. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Schedule a modeling party.
- Budget development
- Examples and templates
- Forms and instructions
- SF424 (R&R) – includes NIH, K-Awards & HRSA
- PHS-398: New Application
- Mailing label (Word)
- PHS-2590: Progress Report
- PHS-416: NRSA Individual Fellowship (Progress Report)
- eSNAP: Progress Report
- Just-in-Time Instructions
- Final Report for NIH Grants
- Research policies
- UW Uniform (Omni) Guidance
- Government sponsors
- Foundations and industry
- Research and nursing societies
- Student grant funding
- NRSA: Grant help
- NRSA: Writing references
- Working with foundation grants
- My NCBI Help
UW Research Resources
UW Statistical & Research Design
- Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences (CSSS)
- Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology (CSDE)
- Statistics Tutor & Study Center
UW Surveys on Nursing
- Healthcare Employer Survey Report: Staffing Needs of Nurses in Washington State (Word, 2005)
- Nurse Survey Report: Educational Needs of Nurses in Washington State (Word, 2005)
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Resources
- NIH Reporter – Extensive database of NIH-funded projects
- NIH Categorical Spending – Annual support levels for various research, condition & disease categories
- AHRQ Patient Centered Medical Home Resource Center – Methods Series
- AHRQ Clinical – Community Relationships Evaluation Roadmap (July 1, 2013)
National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC) Resources
- The Consultancy Program provides early-stage investigators with up to 10 hours of technical assistance for their research in geriatric palliative care. This technical assistance may encompass a range of topics including advanced statistical methods (i.e., propensity score matching, instrumental variable analysis, hierarchical linear modeling), study design (i.e., mixed methods, quasi-experimental designs), and power analyses.
- The Grant Review Program provides palliative care investigators the opportunity to have their grant reviewed and scored by an experienced NIH or comparable study section member prior to submission. The grant review process is anonymous and the applicant will receive detailed reviewer comments following the format of an NIH grant review.
- For more information on how to apply, please visit the NPCRC website and click on the Assistance.
Survey & Statistical Resources
- CDC Health Status, USA
- How Healthy Is Your County? (RWJF)
- United States Census Bureau
- United States Department of Commerce