To facilitate nursing research to optimize the health of military members and their beneficiaries.
Develop nurse scholars and facilitate TriService scholarly collaboration.
Provide a TriService infrastructure to enhance military nursing research and advance Evidence-Based Practice.
Support research and Evidence-Based Practice projects on areas relevant to military readiness and military nursing practice.
Enhance strategic communication to TSNRP stakeholders to increase awareness and relevance of military nursing research and
Research Interest Groups (RIGs)
RIGs are teams that connect multidisciplinary researchers, clinical nurses, and students with common interests for collaboration, mentoring, and education. Members gain opportunities to join research projects, step into leadership, and network with peers.
Executive Board of Directors (EBOD): The Executive Board of Directors is made up of the Nurse Corps Chiefs of each military service. The EBOD provides the strategic oversight and direction and authorizes all final funding decisions based on scientific and programmatic evaluations.
The Executive Director is responsible for the long-term program planning as well as day-to-day operational management of the program. In 2022, LTC Y. John Yauger, PhD, CRNA, AN, USA, began his term as the organization’s chief executive.