To provide seed money for pilot projects, instrument development, or other initial research efforts.
- Principal investigator (or co-investigator) will be a member in good standing of Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Chapter. A copy of your Sigma Theta Tau membership card must accompany your application for funding
- Intent to conduct research, including thesis or dissertation requirements of an educational program.
- Submission of a three (3) page proposal defining the proposed research (i.e., purpose, research design, significance to nursing, potential for future funding, specific budget request, and anticipated dates of initial data collection and project completion). Each proposal will be evaluated on scientific merit.
- Submission of research proposal to the appropriate Institutional Review Board.
- Agreement to submit a written final report within one year of funding date, or an annual progress report, to the Research and Awards Committee if funding is accepted.
- Agreement to acknowledge support of Delta Chapter Sigma Theta Tau in the publication or presentation of the research findings.
- Agree to give an oral presentation of study at Sigma Theta Tau Chapter meeting if requested.
- Proposals will be reviewed by the Research and Awards Committee upon receipt of the application.
- The Research and Awards Committee reviews the initial proposal and refers to the Delta Chapter Executive Committee for final approval. No funding will be provided until the proposed research receives IRB approval.
Awards are made on a competitive basis. Funding will vary according to the amount budgeted by the Chapter membership for research, the number of proposals received, and the scientific merit of the project.
Submit research proposal to:
David L. Martin, RN, MN
RN-BSN Program Director
Clinical Associate Professor
University of Kansas
School of Nursing
Mail Stop 4043
3901 Rainbow Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66106-7502
Office: 2073 SON Building
Phone - (913)588-1672
If you have questions contact David L. Martin, RN, MN at 913-588-1672.