Funding Announcements for Population Health Nursing

All of Us Research Program Call for Applications for Mini-Grant Awards
Supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and sponsored by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing

The purpose of this mini-grant awards program is to facilitate the engagement of the academic nursing community with the All of Us Research Program, and, its focus on including historically underrepresented communities in biomedical research (UBR). Mini-grant awardees will increase awareness of the program and the importance of participation of members of UBR communities. This initiative uses collaboration between established community partners and academic nursing to disseminate information on the All of Us Research Program. 

For this competitive award, NIH and AACN encourage proposals that focus on the dissemination of NIH approved educational material about the All of Us Research Program through the development and execution of a local event in conjunction with a community partner that educates UBR communities about the All of Us Program with the use of NIH- approved educational material. 

To apply, complete the online application here. The application deadline is January 27th

Fellowship Opportunity for Design, Evaluation, and Project Management of the Immunization for Undergraduate Nursing (IRUN) Project

AACN is pleased to announce a new AACN-CDC fellowship opportunity focused on managing a project comprised of national leaders in nursing education and implementing recommendations for development of immunization resources for undergraduate nursing curricula. The Fellow will be a member of the Communications and Education Branch in the Immunization Services Division at CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. The fellow can expect to provide services that will be used to coordinate and develop an undergraduate nursing education product at is anticipated to be utilized nationwide. To be eligible for the fellowship, applicants must have at a minimum a completed master’s degree (including students completing degree requirements in the spring 2020). The term of this fellowship is 12 months beginning in July 2020 and located at CDC headquarters in Atlanta, GA. Applications for the fellowship are due February 6, 2020. For more information on the fellowship, please see the announcement or contact the Associate Director of Population Health Initiatives Allison Jacobs at