Nisreen Alnuaimi, MSN, RN, PhD candidate
Signe Skott Cooper Writing Award recipient, “Paternal Bonding with Prematurely Born Infants”
During her time at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s School of Nursing, Nisreen Alnuaimi has gained research-related skills that include advanced writing skills as a nurse researcher and as an international student, whose second language is English. Alnuaimi published a qualitative meta-synthesis in the Western Journal of Nursing Research, in which the review aimed to identify a conceptual model of paternal bonding with premature infants. In her most recent work, she is finalizing a manuscript related to a concept of analysis of paternal bonding with premature infants. The concept analysis will be submitted to The Journal of Obstetric Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN).
“It’s an honor to be the recipient of the Signe Skott Cooper Writing Award,” says Alnuaimi. “It is a confirmation of the value of my scholarly work and a motivation to embrace a change toward more inclusive fathering-related research.”
About the Signe Skott Cooper Writing Award
The Signe Skott Cooper Writing Award encourages students to write for publication. All currently enrolled UW–Madison School of Nursing students who are the primary author of a paper or manuscript may submit it for this award. The paper or manuscript must be on a topic of interest to nursing, and it must be ready for submission or have been submitted to a nursing or health-related journal.