Internal Grant Opportunities
If you are a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow seeking operating funds for research projects, or a UBC Nursing faculty researcher needing seed funding for a pilot or feasibility project, you are invited to submit a proposal to the bi-annual internal research competition.
Monday, April 17, 2017 (Future competition: November 2017)
- 5 pm for submission of a single merged .PDF file sent to ONRTS@nursing.ubc.ca
- Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows must have:
- A UBC School of Nursing faculty member as their primary supervisor
- Committee approval for thesis project related proposals
- Listed their primary supervisor as a co-investigator and have them sign the application
- A signed letter of support from their supervisor
- Adjunct faculty who are considering applying must partner with a tenure track faculty member to support the application process
These competitions are aimed at supporting upcoming projects; expenses incurred prior to the competition deadline are not eligible for reimbursement.
The application instructions and cover sheet are available below. Please save the cover page to your computer before completing.
- Application Instructions
- Cover page
- If you are applying for TEACHING SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT SUPPORT, use these Application Instructions
Eligibility by research fund :
Project funding will be provided for a limited number of small faculty-generated “teaching scholarship projects” that align with the School of Nursing’s priority educational initiatives as outlined in the Strategic Plan (en)Vision 2020. Specifically the proposal should address: (1) how this project aligns with the SoN Strategic educational initiatives and (2) what will the benefit to the School be from this new information or outcome. Budget requests may be up to $2000.
UBC School of Nursing faculty members at any rank who have ideas about scholarly teaching projects they wish to engage in are invited to submit proposals. Please use the separate application guidelines and instructions if you are applying to this funding stream. See new: APPLICATION instructions.
This fund is primarily intended to enhance research in nursing care related to adults, especially senior adults living with chronic conditions. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Preference will be given to master's students in the UBC School of Nursing, followed by doctoral nursing students as well as tenure track nursing faculty during the pre-tenure period.
This fund provides support for nursing research in any area. Preference will be given to projects that have not received funding from other sources. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Preference will be given to graduate students with a primary supervisor in the UBC School of Nursing.
This fund provides support for nursing research related to respiratory disease, especially nursing education projects. Budget requests may be up to $3,000. Larger budgets for faculty-led nursing education projects may also be considered
Students and faculty in the UBC School of Nursing.
This fund provides support for graduate students to conduct research (or primary care project for MN-NP students) in men's health. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Graduate students or post-doctoral fellows with a primary supervisor in the UBC School of Nursing.
This fund provides support for research in nursing, specifically for the study of issues related to childbearing women and their families. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
UBC School of Nursing faculty including tenure, tenure-track and continuing appointees; joint and adjunct appointees are eligible if collaborating with School of Nursing faculty or students as co-principal investigators or co-investigators; students in the School of Nursing. Preference will be given to faculty who are new investigators or faculty investigators embarking upon new areas of study. No investigator can concurrently hold more than one SON research grant as principal investigator or co-investigator with the exception of those in a supervisory role with students.
This fund provides support for research in public health in all of its forms including screening, early intervention, disease surveillance, health promotion, disease prevention, fostering self-care, and community empowerment. Budget requests may be up to $3,000.
Students in the School of Nursing as well as tenure track nursing faculty during the pre-tenure period.