National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) Announces Funding Opportunity to Develop Firearm Injury Prevention Interventions
Las Vegas, NV – The National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) has unveiled a groundbreaking initiative to address firearm injury prevention in community healthcare settings. The NINR’s forthcoming Request for Application (RFA) aims to advance research that will lead to the development and evaluation of firearm injury primary prevention interventions, while also striving to reduce disparities related to firearm injuries.
The initiative, titled “Firearm Injury Prevention in Community Healthcare Settings,” will be published as a Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) in Fall 2023, inviting researchers and scientists to submit proposals that leverage community healthcare facilities to tackle the pressing issue of firearm-related injuries.
Firearm-related injuries have been a pressing concern across the United States, affecting communities and individuals regardless of age, race, or socioeconomic background. This initiative comes as part of the broader efforts to curb the alarming rates of firearm violence and enhance safety measures in healthcare environments.
According to the Notice of Intent to Publish (NOT-NR-23-014) released by NINR, the scope of the research initiative is vast, encompassing a comprehensive approach to address firearm injuries and their underlying causes. The primary focus will be on exploring effective interventions that can be implemented within community healthcare settings.
In light of the alarming rates of firearm injuries and fatalities in the United States, this new initiative represents a crucial step toward finding evidence-based solutions to combat this public health crisis. The NINR’s commitment to reducing disparities related to firearm injuries emphasizes the importance of ensuring that vulnerable communities are not left behind.
The forthcoming RFA will provide detailed information about the key dates, eligibility criteria, and funding opportunities available for researchers interested in contributing to this vital research field. Projects eligible for funding will be conducted under the R01 mechanism, which includes clinical trial options for those pursuing innovative and practical approaches to firearm injury prevention.
The initiative will be open to researchers, clinicians, and institutions interested in contributing to the development, evaluation, and implementation of primary prevention strategies. The goal is to find practical, effective, and culturally sensitive approaches that can be seamlessly integrated into community healthcare settings, making a meaningful impact on reducing firearm-related incidents.
To understand the initiative further and to seek clarification on any questions, researchers and interested parties are encouraged to reach out to Karen Huss, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, FAAN, FAAAAI, FAHA, who is a key contact at the NINR. Dr. Huss can be contacted via telephone at 301-594-5970 or through email at [email protected].
The NINR’s commitment to advancing firearm injury prevention research marks a significant step in addressing the devastating impact of firearm-related incidents in the country. By fostering collaborations between the scientific community and community healthcare providers, this initiative aims to make strides in protecting the public from firearm injuries and promoting overall community well-being.
Key dates and guidelines for proposal submission will be detailed in the upcoming Request for Application, which is expected to be published in the fall of 2023. Researchers and stakeholders interested in this initiative are encouraged to stay updated with the official publication and guidelines to be part of this critical endeavor.
With this forthcoming initiative, the NINR is taking a significant step towards promoting research-driven solutions to reduce firearm injuries and disparities, fostering a safer and healthier community for all. As the R01 Clinical Trial Optional funding opportunity announcement unfolds later this year, it is hoped that this research effort will bring forth actionable and impactful solutions to address the pressing issue of firearm violence in the United States.
For further information about the initiative, its objectives, and its scope, interested parties can refer to the full Notice of Intent to Publish (NOT-NR-23-014).
Inquiries and clarifications can be directed to Karen Huss, PhD, RN, ANP-BC, FAAN, FAAAAI, FAHA, at the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR), via telephone at 301-594-5970 or email at [email protected].
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