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作者 Funk, Sandra
書名 Writing Winning Proposals for Nurses and Health Care Professionals [electronic resource] / Sandra G Funk, Elizabeth M Tornquist
出版項 New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2015
國際標準書號 9780826122735 (ebook)
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Share Writing Winning Proposals for Nurses and Health Care Professionals -- Section I: Preparing a Proposal -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Your Goals -- Aids -- Reference -- Chapter 2: Rationale for the Proposed Work -- Conceptualizing the Search -- Identifying the Relevant Literature -- Deciding What to Read -- Reading and Analyzing the Literature -- Synthesizing the Literature to Make the Case for Your Study or Project -- Developing a Conceptual Framework -- References -- Chapter 3: Design and Methods -- Basic Methods -- Wrap Up
Section II: Types of Proposals -- Chapter 4: PhD Proposals -- The Traditional Approach -- Three Different Approaches -- Developing the Proposal -- Chapter 5: NIH Research Grant Proposals -- SF424 (R&R) Application Guidelines -- Writing the NIH Research Application -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 6: Fellowship Proposals -- National Research Service Awards -- Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Career Development Award Proposals -- National Institutes of Health -- Candidate Information -- Other NIH K Awards -- References
Chapter 8: Translational Research, Evidence-Based Practice, and Demonstration Project Proposals -- Translational Research -- Evidence-Based Practice Projects -- Demonstration Projects -- Chapter 9: Educational Training Grant Proposals -- Introduction -- Need -- Target Population -- Program -- Evaluation -- Organizational Capacity -- Detailed Work Plan -- Sustainability and Replicability -- Statutory Funding Preference -- Meeting the Review Criteria -- Section III: Additional Materials -- Chapter 10: Title and Abstract -- Creating a Coherent Title -- Writing an Effective Abstract
Writing the Project Narrative -- Chapter 11: Biographical Information -- NIH Biosketch Information -- Biographical Information for Non-NIH Proposals -- Chapter 12: Budget -- Introduction -- Approvals -- Review -- Conclusion -- Reference -- Chapter 13: Supplementary Materials -- Protection of Human Subjects -- Vertebrate Animals -- Select Agent Research -- Multiple PI/PD Leadership Plan -- Consortium/Contractual Arrangements -- Letters of Support -- Resource Sharing Plans (or Plans for Dissemination of Model and Findings) -- Facilities and Other Resources (Including Equipment)
Bibliography and References Cited -- Appendices -- Reference -- Section IV: Developing, Submitting, And Reviewing Proposals: Next Steps -- Chapter 14: Developing the Proposal: Start to Finish -- Planning a Timeline for Submission -- Publishing Preliminary Work -- Developing a Team -- Finding Settings -- Writing the Proposal -- Developing the Budget and Other Materials -- Revising the Proposal -- Reviews and Further Revisions -- Chapter 15: Submission and Review of the Proposal -- Submission -- Review -- Waiting for the Feedback -- Getting and Surviving the Feedback -- Reference
Chapter 16: Next Steps
FACILITATES WRITING SUCCESSFUL PROPOSALS OF SUBSTANCE, CLARITY, AND CONVICTION With an in-depth focus on writing with substance, clarity, and conviction, this comprehensive resource takes the reader step by step through the entire process of writing and submitting a successful proposal. Written by preeminent authors and educators with extensive experience in teaching proposal and grant writing to nurses and other health care professionals, the book discusses how to create proposals for dissertations, capstone projects, research funding, fellowships, and career development awards, as well as for educational training, translational research, evidence-based practice, and demonstration projects
Using a clear, commonsense approach, it delineates the foundations and underlying structure of a well-written proposal and then focuses on the specific elements required for each different type of proposal. The book provides readers with the tools to help them think through what they want to do and describe it clearly and succinctly-avoiding unnecessary information that does not support the intent of their proposal. It discusses selecting a problem, developing an argument, and describing the aims of the project; showing the significance of the problem and describing the conceptualization and innovative aspects of the work; detailing the approach or research design and methods; composing the title and abstract; describing budgetary considerations; and preparing ancillary materials
The book also includes worksheets to help readers personalize the information for their particular project. Instructions on how to synthesize the relevant literature for a study is presented in helpful case examples. The book also addresses the processes of writing and submitting a grant, its review, and possible resubmission. It will be highly useful as a text in master's-level, DNP, and PhD research courses; doctoral seminars, for instructors who advise students on proposal development; and for practitioners who are interested in developing evidence-based practice. KEY FEATURES:Provides abundant tools for writing proposals of substance, clarity, and convictionTakes readers step by step through the process of writing a great variety of proposalsFacilitates clear thinking and to-the-point writingIncludes worksheets to help readers personalize information for their particular projectProvides formats required for all federal grant proposals
鏈接 Print version: Funk, Sandra G., Dr., FAAN Writing Winning Proposals for Nurses and Health Care Professionals New York : Springer Publishing Company,c2015 9780826122728
主題 Health
Medical writing -- Nurses’ instruction
Research design -- Nurses’ instruction
Electronic books
Alt Author Tornquist, Elizabeth M
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