RWJF Future of Nursing: State Implementation Program (SIP) November 2013

Hosted on April 18, 2013.  

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released a Request for Proposals for the Future of Nursing State Implementation Program (SIP) which will provide up to 10 grants of up to $150,000 each over two years to Campaign for Action State Coalitions to implement up to two priority recommendations from the Institute of Medicine report The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Grantees are required to raise matching funds as a condition of the grant. RWJF will award two dollars for every one dollar secured by Action Coalitions - up to the grant award limit of $150,000. SIP seeks to help boost statewide commitment toward implementing the recommendations, while building a sustainable infrastructure. On this webinar participants learn about details of SIP such as requirements, eligibility, selection criteria, how to apply, and timeline.  

Please Note: Current APIN and SIP grantees are not eligible to apply for this round of SIP grants.


Webinar Objectives: By the end of the webinar, participants will:
  • Understand the purpose and goal of the Future of Nursing State Implementation Program.
  • Learn details of funding opportunity such as eligibility, requirements, selection criteria, how to apply, and timeline.
  • Identify next steps for applying to SIP and how to address questions
  • Benefit from the opportunity to ask clarifying questions on the webinar.


Click here for more information including the Request for Proposal, Frequently Asked Questions, and Advocacy Guidelines  




by Michael Pheulpin | April 19, 2013

Tags: capacity-building, communication, data, diversity, education, interprofessional-collaboration, leadership, practice


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