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University of Cincinnati College of Nursing
Research

Faculty members in the College of Nursing actively disseminate their scholarly accomplishments through numerous publications, presentations, media events and service activities.

College of Nursing Research

We welcome you to explore our website to learn more about the accomplishments of our faculty and the rich resources available in the College that support research and scholarship.

Commitment

The College of Nursing at the University of Cincinnati is committed to the development and dissemination of scientific knowledge that promotes health, advances nursing practice and transforms the way health care is delivered. We have highly qualified faculty members who are making a difference in health care through their research and dissemination of knowledge. Many are nationally known for their excellence in research and scholarship. Funded research in the College of Nursing covers health care topics ranging from violence, mental health and religiosity to diabetes management, pressure ulcers and women’s health. During Academic Year 2008-09 faculty members received nearly $2.7 million in new extramural funding awards, published 53 articles in peer-reviewed journals and presented their work at 91 local, regional, national and international conferences.

Infrastructure

The Institute for Nursing Research and Scholarship (INRS) provides the infrastructure to facilitate the scholarly activities of both faculty members and students in the College. The INRS also provides support in obtaining extramural funding through pre-award grant development resources and post-award support. The Center for Educational Research, Scholarship & Innovation provides resources for faculty interested in research and scholarship related to education. The INRS also promotes scholarly excellence through research interest groups, a writing support group, a Statistical Consultation Lab, regularly scheduled Scholarly Roundtables and a Visiting Scholar Program. Individual consultation and support for the conduct of research and scholarship is an integral part of the INRS.