Scholarship Grants: Important Step to Support Good Clinical Ideas

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Scholarship grants are essential in supporting good clinical ideas that are meant to reform health care practice (Lindquist & Hadidi, 2013). To acquire the scholarship grants, one needs to participate in grant writing to acquire the resources. An example of scholarship grant is offered by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners which is meant to support the nurse practitioners in their advancement by providing grant and scholarship opportunities (Professional, 2017). The AANP links the NPs with external sources of capital (Professional, 2017). Following this opportunity, I found my idea useful to apply for a grant and scholarship.

Concerning my idea, it is DNP project that has focused on managing hospital-acquired pressure ulcers through the implementation of skin care champions (Blomquist, Hallgren, Nilsson, & Soderholm, 2012). Skin care champions are nurses who are experts in wound, ostomy and continence care and management (Sullivan & Schoelles, 2013). Before establishing this idea, it is evident from the literature that HAPU is curable and therefore the need to establish management measures (Bhattacharya & Mishra, 2015). The project idea focused on developing prevention measures since pressure ulcers are acquired from the hospital setting due to factors that affect their morbidity (Dealey, Posnett, & Walker, 2012). Again HAPU is a widespread problem that calls for an immediate solution (Beal & Smith, 2016).

In this project idea, therefore, implementation of evidence-based practice through skin care champions will provide a better patient outcome (Black & Kalowes, 2016). Through this idea, the developed evidence-based practice will then be disseminated to various healthcare institutions to support management and prevention of hospital-acquired ulcers. Dissemination of evidence-based practice is a key goal in managing pressure ulcers (Bonfill & Schapira, 2010). Additionally, the project idea has addressed the use of skin care champions to work in line with various healthcare institutions' nurses to come up with innovative technology purposed to improve the practice of wound care, management, and prevention (Asosheh et al., 2012). The prosed idea, therefore, need support from grants and scholarships.

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