1, 2010. To learn more, including new award criteria and supporting documents, check out or contact Pamela Shellner, AACN clinical practice specialist at 394-5995, ext.321.. AACN announces Impact Research Grant to handle gaps in clinical research The American Association of Critical-Treatment Nurses announces the first $50,000 AACN Influence Research Grant to aid clinical inquiry and drive change in high acuity and critical care nursing practice. The new AACN grant funds priority tasks that address gaps in clinical research at the business or system level and translation of these results for the bedside clinician. These include technology to assess individuals and manage outcomes; produce healing and humane functions and environments and systems that optimize high acuity and critical care nursing; manage symptoms management; and prevent problems.One of the six varicella infections triggered laboratory abnormalities that were consistent with a gentle case of the macrophage activation syndrome. In the other two cases, withdrawal of tocilizumab and incomplete dosing may have contributed to the advancement of the macrophage activation syndrome. The rate of the macrophage activation syndrome was 1.9 cases per 100 patient-years; simply no definitive estimate of its price among patients with systemic JIA is usually available for comparison.