Grant awards of up to $1,500 are available to support the research
and scholarly projects of graduate students. Applicants must be degree
seeking and in good academic standing. The research must be connected
to completion of some aspect of the applicant’s graduate degree.
Fall 2019: Laura Love: "Self-Monitoring of
Blood Pressure in Community-Dwelling Senior Adults"
"Implementation Strategies to Increase Uptake of Hester
Davis Tool Tailoring of Fall Prevention Interventions"
Megan Carpenter: "Using the Rapid Assessment for
Adolescent Preventive Services (RAAPS) to Screen for Risk-Taking
Behaviors in 13 to
18 Year Olds in a Primary
“Implementation of an Evidence-Based Opioid Reduction Pain
Management Protocol for an Observation Unit”
“The Implementation of a Toileting Intervention to Decrease Falls
in a Hospital Elderly Acute Care Unit”
“Care of Adult Cancer Survivors,”
Amanda Taylor: “Transitions of
Care in a Children’s Hospital from Operating Room to Outpatient: A
Quality Improvement Project,”
Kristin Vanderwell: “Improving
Adolescent Risk Assessment in a Primary Care Setting”
Christiana Winkelman: “Prevention of Central
Line-Associated Bloodstream Infection (CLABSI) in Adult Oncology Patients”