Research Propelling Neonatal Nursing into the Future
NANN believes that research drives the practice of neonatal nursing. For this reason, NANN strives to provide avenues for members to become more active in accessing, understanding, conducting, and practicing research and evidence-based neonatal care. The NANN Research Agenda outlines NANN's specific research priorities and is reviewed and updated on a biennial basis.
The Research Institute was formed to support you and the neonatal community by providing greater access to and assistance in developing and advancing your knowledge and skills, regardless of your level of education or experience and research training. The creation of a research agenda, programming and dissemination, mentoring, and grants campaign are all a part of the Research Institute. The Research Institute is governed by a steering council made up of NANN volunteers who represent the interests of research in neonatal nursing.
NANN gratefully acknowledges the funding provided by the following companies and charter members of the Research Institute:
In addition to the Research Institute, NANN organizes an annual research summit and encourages contributions to Advances in Neonatal Care, NANN's peer-reviewed journal.
Interested in seeing who is on the Research Institute Steering Council or other research-related committees within NANN? Check out the NANN Committees page!
NANN's Research Summit allows neonatal nurses currently engaged in research or evidence-based practice projects the opportunity to present their research or projects to an audience of their peers.
Call for submissions for the 2022 Research Summit has closed.
NANN supports the research efforts of its members and has established a means for researchers to distribute research surveys. Surveys are reviewed and approved by the NANN Research Committee, and Institutional Review Board approvals for each survey are on file at NANN's national office. Download an application form for more information about having a research survey approved for distribution through NANN.