Center for Nursing Research (CNR)
CENTER FOR NURSING RESEARCH AT HUNTER-BELLEVUE SCHOOL OF NURSING
The CNR recognizes that nursing is a driving force in improving health outcomes.
The CNR at HBSON is the leading public urban center for nursing research in New York City.
The mission of the CNR at HBSON is to support and facilitate the development of nurse scientists and their research.
- Foster a sustainable culture of scholarship.
- Develop an infrastructure to support and disseminate nursing research.
- Enhance inter- and intraprofessional collaboration on research.
- Engage students in the research process.
- Develop focused centers of research.
- Increase the research productivity of the faculty.
- Create a research mentorship program for faculty .
- Create opportunities for students and faculty to collaborate on research.
- Increase the number of internal and external grants awarded to faculty.
- Increase the annual total amount of grant funding awarded to faculty.
- Develop interdisciplinary research projects with Hunter College and other CUNY faculty outside the discipline of nursing, and with colleagues at the Weill-Cornell Medical Center CTSC.
- Create an infrastructure [plan] for disseminating interdisciplinary research by faculty to diverse audiences to influence practice and policy.
Within the CNR there are focused centers that address specific research interests.