Job Posting Clinical Research Coordinator - McMaster University School of Nursing

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Announcing 2014 Scholarship and Research Grant Recipients

~~Congratulations to the following

2014 Scholarship and Research Grant Recipients

Scholarship awards ($1,500)
Barbara Chyzzy, PhD student, University of Toronto
Nisha Sutherland, PhD student, Western University

Research Grants - Early Investigator category ($3,000)
Esther Coker, PhD student, McMaster University, "Oral Hygiene Care Practices of Nurses with Older Adults in Post-Acute Hospital Settings"

NRIG 2014 Annual General Meeting May 21, 2014 @ Ryerson University -details forthcoming

Wednesday, 21 May, 2014 - 17:00 - 20:30

Join us for a buffet dinner, guest speakers and our annual general meeting.

Speaker details being confirmed. Topic is "What makes and Effective Tutor in the Kaleidoscope Curriculum? Hearing the Voice of our Students."

Registration required. Details to follow.

for questions or more information, please contact Helen Kelly at


Announcing NRIG's 2014 Graduate Scholarships and Research Grants Program

Announcing 2014 NRIG Graduate Scholarships and Research Grants

Deadline – March 31, 2014 at midnight


We are excited to announce the annual NRIG scholarship and research grants program. The awards and grants are open to NRIG members whose applications demonstrate their scholarship and academic potential, the ability to work with others, leadership potential, nursing expertise and professional involvement.  Please refer to the attached application instructions.


2013 Scholarship and Research Grant Winners Recognized at NRIG AGM

 Congratulations to this year's Recipients who were recognized at the 2013 NRIG AGM 

Scholarships at $1500.00 each

Jennifer Jackson, MN student at Athabasca University

Leigh Chapman, PhD student at Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto

Research Grants at $3000.00 each

Welcome to the Nursing Research Interest Group (NRIG)

Welcome to the next exciting stage in the evolution of the Nursing Research Interest Group (NRIG)

This is the main home of ALL our newsletter, events, members’ voices, and resources. The new website contains the same content as our old site, which we will be switching off altogether in the very near future.

We hope you'll enjoy this new, cleaner layout.

The executive team will post items of interest in the ‘News’ section.

We encourage all members to comment on items they find interesting (no sign-in required).

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