Research Abstracts, Proposals, and Grant Writing: Basics From Start to Finish
Marshall, Lois S.
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This presentation will provide the novice researcher the basics to write a research abstract, proposal, and/or grant for submission. This session will enable participants to gain a basic understanding of the steps of the abstract/proposal/grant writing process in order to enable them to put forth a submission in the future. Learning Objectives: 1. The learner should be able to describe the basic steps/process of writing a research abstract/proposal/grant. 2. The learner should be able to discuss strategies for developing a research abstract/proposal/grant. Presenter's Professional Experience: Dr. Marshall is a�nurse whose professional experience spans over 23 years, she has been teaching nursing for over 10 years. Her work experience includes developing and implementing interprofessional education and simulation activities. She has served on various college and university-wide committees, including Curriculum Development, Continuous Education and IHI Open School Advisor. She was a member of the Interprofessional Faculty Development Team Pilar and currently serves on the IPC Advisory Board. Sadaka served as an ambassador for The National League for Nursing.