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Research Update

NANN 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 advancing research and evidence-based neonatal care.

Research Spotlight: 2021 NANN Research Summit Faculty and Participants

The NANN Research Summit brings nurses together to share their projects—research, quality improvement, and evidence-based practice—in a supportive and stimulating environment.

This year's 16th annual NANN Research Summit was made possible by an educational grant from Mead Johnson Nutrition. The event was held virtually due to COVID-19 restrictions on March 16, 2021. Eleven researchers were selected to present their research or evidence-based practice project to an audience of their peers and faculty.

The following individuals served as faculty at the Research Summit:

  • Amy D'Agata, PhD RN – Associate Professor, University of Rhode Island College of Nursing
  • Christine Fortney, PhD RN – Associate Professor, The Ohio State University College of Nursing
  • Jacqueline McGrath, PhD RN FNAP FAAN – Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty Excellence, University of Texas Health, San Antonio, School of Nursing

Click here to view the full list of 2021 NANN Research Summit participants and their exciting research topics!

Interested in submitting a research survey to NANN members?

Would you like to distribute your survey to thousands of neonatal nursing professionals via NANN E-News? Seek approval for publication by reviewing our instructions and completing the application form.

Disclaimer: NANN is not an active sponsor of or participant in approved research surveys. NANN does not collect or monitor survey data related to approved research surveys. It is the sole responsibility of the researcher to collect the data for their survey. In addition, NANN is unable to share member contact information with researchers.

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