The Need for Funding for Nursing Education Research Diekelmann noted recently (2) that "when the Act of Congress granted funding to the National Center for Nursing Research (now the National Institute for Nursing Research or NINR), it specified that no funding could be used for research in nursing education.
What does NCNR stand for?
NCNR stands for National Center for Nursing Research (NIH)
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We have 9 other meanings of NCNR in our Acronym Attic
- National Congress for New Politics (political party; South Korea)
- Nishball, Carp, Niedermeier, Pacowta (Connecticut)
- No Clinton, No Party (write-in campaign)
- No Cure No Pay
- North Carolina Newspaper Project
- North Cascades National Park (US NPS; Washington)
- National Center for Natural Products Research (University of Mississippi)
- North Carolina Native Plant Society (University of North Carolina)
- National Center for Nursing Quality
- National Center for Neutron Research
- National Committee for the New River, Inc.
- Nearest Common Node Rerouting (ATM)
- NIST Center for Neutron Research
- Non-Cancelable, Non-Returnable
- Nonconsenting Nonresident
- Native Council of Nova Scotia (est. 1974; Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Neuroscience Clinical Nurse Specialist
- No Call/No Show
- No Complications, No Sequelae (used to show no current effects of a previous condition)
- Norwood Cooperative Nursery School (Norwood, MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Clinical studies that test interventions for secondary symptoms exhibited by patients with Alzheimer's disease and related disorders can receive grants from the National Center for Nursing Research, as well as the NIA.
AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION ASKS CONGRESS FOR INCREASED FUNDING FOR NURSING EDUCATION AND RESEARCH WASHINGTON, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- On Tuesday, April 28, Debra Browning, MSN, CFNP, representing the American Nurses Association (ANA), will testify before the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education and Related Agencies Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee, urging Congress to increase appropriation levels for the Nurse Education Act and for the National Center for Nursing Research.