The Lantern Review PMHNP scholarship program is here to support the psychiatric nurse practitioner student. In addition to our PMHNP nursing scholarships in 2018, we have added several articles which will help you once you pass the ANCC exam. Our mission is to deliver an up to date, comprehensive PMHNP Exam Prep course that focuses on your learning needs. The curriculum is divided into specific sections across the lifespan which conclude with exam questions. This means that you will always know where exactly your opportunities for improvement exist, well before taking the ANCC Certification exam. The Lantern Review PMHNP Exam Prep program is free of charge to those who have failed to pass the PMHNP exam and have purchased a review program from another vendor (Send us an email and we will help you out).
The Lantern Review PMHNP Exam Prep to offer Annual $500 Scholarships
At the Lantern Review, we value nursing education and helping those in need. We also understand that higher education can be a significant expense and understand how challenging it can be for students to make ends meet. Between tuition, text books and fees, the cost of attending graduate school can easily rise into the tens of thousands of dollars, if not more.
In an effort to make things a little easier for students, we are pleased to begin offering an annual scholarship (October: winner will be announced). The Lantern Review now offers an annual $500 scholarship to nurses who are currently attending or planning on attending PMHNP graduate school within 6 months’ time. Check out our 2018 winner….
How to Apply for the PMHNP Scholarship
Essay Topic details: To apply, the applicant must submit no more than a 1000-word essay on the topic of Non-pharmacological interventions for the Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) in elders residing in long term care.
The essay will be scored by the following 8 criteria:
- Idea is considered a new or improved non-pharmacological approach
- Evidenced based: You must support your idea with existing literature or at the minimum explain how your idea could expand on current research.
- Idea is safe and takes into consideration the safety of those with cognitive impairment.
- Feasibility for nursing staff to implement
- Reasonable cost to implement idea
- Idea is reproducible
- Idea may be individualized
- No redundancy from previous winners (see blog for past winners)
Of the pool of applicants, we will choose 1 finalist. We will then post the winner to our website and social media pages approximately 1 month prior to announcing the winner.
The winner of the Lantern Review PMHNP Scholarship will be contacted by October 1st each year.
Simply copy and paste your essay into the contact form.