Canadian Association for Nursing Research (CANR)
The Canadian Association for Nursing Research (CANR) is a national organization with representation from every province and territory. We are a Canadian Nursing Association (CNA) interest group and as such, serve on the CNA Advisory Council.
The purpose of CANR is to foster research-based nursing practice and practice-based nursing research by:
- providing information about research studies, methods, funding and other resources
- strengthening linkages between research, education, administration,and clinical practice
- representing members' interests to governments, funding agencies, and other nursing organizations
- recognizing excellence in research activities
- educating professionals and the public about the significance of the nursing research-practice partnership
NEW: A Canadian Nurse Researcher will be highlighted by CANR every 2 months. For their interview go to the Member's Only Page.
Joint CANR and CNSA Award 2011
This year's winner - Margaret Sarri, University of Toronto, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing.
Post Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity
POSITION SUMMARY: The Post Doctoral Fellow will be affiliated with the Chronic Disease Management Research Group and contribute to the LINC project entitled ‘The Everyday Experience of Living with and Managing a Neurological Condition’. The research project is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada until March 31, 2013. This Post Doctoral opportunity will commence on appointment and continue to the end of the project. This position is a Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
CANR Award Recipients, 2012
- Fatima Al Sayah
2012 CANR Rising Star Graduate Student Research Award
- Dr. Genevieve Thompson
2012 CANR Outstanding New Investigator Award
- Dr. Wendy Duggleby
2012 CANR Nurse Researcher Award
CANR - Last Updated April 15, 2013, 13:56:02 MST/MDT