Epsilon Phi Chapter Awards

SIGMA (formerly known as Sigma Theta Tau International or STTI), Epsilon Phi Chapter, is committed to fostering interest and productivity in nursing scholarship by nurses and/or nursing students in an effort to advance the scientific basis of nursing.

Each year, the Epsilon Phi Chapter seeks proposals from qualified nurses engaged in ongoing and new projects. This year, we are thrilled to announce the availability of three Awards: 1) One Doctoral PhD Student Research Award ($1,500), 2) One Doctoral in Nursing Practice Student Doctoral Project Award ($1,500), and 3) One General Member Research ($1,500). Details below:

DOCTORAL STUDENT AWARDS

Project Award

Deadline: On or before January 30th - 11:59 pm EST

One Grant (up to $1500 each) will be awarded annually on a competitive basis to an active Epsilon Phi member who is a doctoral student enrolled in a DNP program.

Criteria for Selection:
1. Current active membership in Epsilon Phi
2. Enrollment in a Doctoral Program (DNP)
3. Demonstrated interest in evidenced based practice (quality improvement, process improvement or project).
4. Relevance of project to significant health, health care delivery, ethics or policy.
5. Potential for professional leadership.

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Research Award

Deadline: On or before January 30th - 11:59 pm EST

One Grant (up to $1500 each) will be awarded annually on a competitive basis to an active Epsilon Phi member who is a doctoral student who submits a research application and meets the eligibility criteria.

Criteria for Selection:
1. Current active membership in Epsilon Phi
2. Enrollment in a Doctoral Program (i.e., PhD)
3. Demonstrates interest conductive research.
4. Relevance of study or project to significant health, health care delivery, ethics or policy.
5. Potential for professional leadership.

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GENERAL MEMBER AWARDS

Research Award

Deadline: On or before January 30th - 11:59 pm EST

One grant (up to $1500 each) will be awarded annually on a competitive basis to an active Epsilon Phi member who is a doctoral student who submits a research application and meets
the eligibility criteria.

Criteria for Selection:
1. Current active membership in Epsilon Phi
2. Relevance of study or project to significant health, health care delivery, ethics or policy.
3. Strength of feasibility of project execution and the findings adding to the body of scientific knowledge

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