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Sophomore and junior nursing students at Research College of Nursing, William Jewell College and Avila University can now apply for scholarships from The Research Foundation.

For nearly 40 years, Rockhurst University and the Research College of Nursing (RCoN) have partnered on a direct-entry nursing program that culminates in a joint Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. After careful thought and consideration, the two institutions have made the amicable decision to end the agreement in its current form in 2022.

This #GivingTuesday, The Research Foundation will celebrate caregivers by raising $5,000 for nursing student scholarships.

Supporters of The Research Foundation raised nearly $107,000 in net proceeds for health education and scholarship programs at the 2018 Candlelight Ball Saturday, November 3.

The Research Foundation’s Community Fund for Cancer Patients has received $5,000 from First Federal Bank of Kansas City.

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ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City, a program of The Research Foundation, will bring their injury prevention message to more than 4,000 students over the course of five days during the nationally-recognized Red Ribbon Week.

Tickets to The Research Foundation’s 2018 Candlelight Ball are now available for purchase. The biennial fundraiser is Saturday, November 3 at the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel. The event will raise funds The Research Foundation’s health education and scholarship programs.

The Research Foundation awarded scholarships to 21 Research College of Nursing students at a reception August 29.

The 29th Annual Research Medical Center Golf Classic raised more than $89,000 for The Research Foundation’s injury prevention program, ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City.

The Research Foundation will host the 2018 Hoeper Primary Care Symposium Friday, September 21 at the Holiday Inn Country Club Plaza.

The Research Foundation and Bra Couture KC are teaming up to help cancer patients.

A new shop aims to help cancer patients maintain a positive outlook while undergoing treatment.

The National Association of Charitable Gift Planners (CGP) is pleased to announce Cynthia A. Randazzo has been elected to serve as a member of the national board of directors.

The Research Foundation has awarded two Centerpoint Medical Center employees for their dedication to health care. Starr Santee is the 2018 recipient of the Hal M. Quinn Excellence in Nursing Award and Kim Cochrane is the 2018 recipient of the Kathy DeGrande Award for Excellence.

The Research Foundation recently awarded 33 scholarships to students in the physical therapy programs at Rockhurst University, University of Kansas and University of Missouri.

Sharon Payne, Bra Couture founder, and Cynthia Randazzo, President and CEO of The Research Foundation, joined KCTV5's Better Kansas City in studio to talk about a special place that helps uninsured or under insured cancer patients.

The Research Foundation has awarded 15 scholarships to radiologic and nuclear medicine technology students enrolled in the Research Medical Center Schools of Radiology and Nuclear Medicine.

The Research Foundation has awarded 26 scholarships to nursing students in the Kansas City area ranging from $3,750 to nearly $26,000.

The Research Foundation’s injury prevention program, ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City, reached nearly 54,000 students in almost 200 Kansas City area schools during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Four teens seriously hurt in single-vehicle rollover crash near Blue Springs South High School. Authorities said two teens were ejected from the vehicle.

The Research Foundation recently recognized eight faculty members from Research College of Nursing, Avila University and William Jewell for teaching excellence, community service and scholarly achievement.

The Research Foundation will host the 2018 Time Critical Diagnosis (TCD) Symposium Friday, April 15 at the Sheraton Overland Park Hotel.

Area students pursuing degrees in nursing, physical therapy, radiology and nuclear medicine can now apply for scholarships from The Research Foundation.

The Research Foundation is encouraging community leaders and business professionals to promote safe driving practices in the workplace through their injury prevention program, ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City.

Friends and supporters of The Research Foundation and Research College of Nursing raised more than $110,000 in net proceeds for Research College of Nursing student scholarships at the 12th Research Royal Roast: “Meet Me Under the Clock” Saturday, November 11.

The 15th annual P1 Group Charity Golf Tournament raised $12,260 for The Young Traffic Offenders Program (YTOP) of The Research Foundation.

Tickets to The Research Foundation’s 12th Annual Research Royal Roast “Meet Me Under the Clock” are now available for purchase.

The Research Foundation’s injury prevention program for youth, ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City, celebrated its 30th anniversary with friends of the program Wednesday, September 13.

Kansas City Mayor Sly James and the City Council presented The Research Foundation and its injury prevention program, ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City, with a resolution of appreciation for 30 years of service in educating community youth through traffic safety and injury prevention.

The Research Foundation supported 33 students attending Research College of Nursing, Avila University and William Jewell College by awarding more than $250,000 in scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Golfers at the 28th Annual Research Medical Center Golf Classic raised $80,000 in net proceeds for ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City, an injury prevention program of The Research Foundation celebrating 30 years of keeping Kansas City youth safe.

The Research Foundation will host the 2017 Hoeper Primary Care Symposium the same weekend as the County Club Plaza Art Fair.

The Research Foundation has awarded two Cass Regional Medical Center employees for their dedication to health care.

In its first year offering Doctor of Physical Therapy scholarships, The Research Foundation recently awarded $79,000 to students in the physical therapy programs at Rockhurst University, University of Kansas and University of Missouri.

The Research Foundation has awarded nearly $260,000 in scholarships to nursing students in the Kansas City area.

Research Medical Center’s Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute is teaming with The Research Foundation, the Bixby Institute and the Kansas City Southwest Clinical Society to present a two-day symposium aimed at helping medical professionals improve their work-life balance and avoid burnout.

Dr. Nancy O. DeBasio, former Research College of Nursing president, has retired after three decades of service to the college.

ThinkFirst of Greater Kansas City Voices for Injury Prevention (VIP) speaker Sarah Smith was selected as the 2017 VIP of the Year by the ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention Foundation.

The Research Foundation’s ThinkFirst Injury Prevention Program is celebrating 30 years of keeping Kansas City youth safe.