Sentinel U Launches Sentinel U Nursing Simulation Research Grant

Sentinel U Launches Sentinel U Nursing Simulation Research Grant

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Monday, August 09, 2021

Sentinel U has launched Sentinel U Nursing Simulation Research Grant (SUNSRG) program to enable scholars to perform vital research in nursing education.

FREMONT, CA: Sentinel U, a web-based simulation education technology solution provider for nursing schools, hospital systems, and healthcare professionals, launches Sentinel U Nursing Simulation Research Grant (SUNSRG) program. SUNSRG's cutting-edge virtual simulation solutions will enable scholars to perform vital research in nursing education.

Grant winners will be informed by October 20, 2021, after proposals have been accepted until September 30, 2021. During the project's lifecycle, chosen applications will get in-kind Sentinel U products and extensive support resources.

"We are honored to announce the launch of this grant program," said Dr. Laura Gonzalez, vice president of clinical learning resources at Sentinel U. "We look forward to seeing the innovative ways the industrys bright and talented researchers plan to use our virtual simulation technology to further advance the nursing field."

Researchers connected with ADN and BSN academic programs in the United States and Canada are welcome to join SUNSRG. A background essay, hypothesis, theoretical framework, technique, and chronology must be included in the proposal, and up to five current references and a letter of support from the institution's administrators.

Sentinel U, originally Healthcare Learning Innovations, provides simulation-based technology and digital learning solutions to satisfy the changing requirements of healthcare education and training. With 20 years of online education expertise, Sentinel U, a branch of American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Post University, provides virtual simulations and clinical for nursing degree programs, hospital systems, and healthcare facilities worldwide. 

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