Nottingham Trauma Study Awards and Prizes
The Queens Medical Centre Trauma service (adults, paediatrics and hands) has a fund to support education and development of all its staff negotiated as part of the trauma tender process and kindly supported by Smith and Nephew.
This is administrated by Mr Dan Deakin (Head of Service) and Mr Ben Ollivere (Academic Head of Division & Programme Director). The fund extends to doctors, nurses, allied health professionals and auxiliaries.
Who can apply for funding?
Doctors, nurses, allied healthcare professionals, administrative staff
How much funding can I apply for?
The funding advertised is the total funds available. We will allocate funding on merit, as such supporting several smaller requests is likely to seem more attractive than supporting fewer larger requests.
How often will this be available?
Funding is available on an bi-annual basis. Early applications will be received favourably.
- Orthopaedic Trauma Medical Study Bursary (for trauma and orthopaedic trainees)
- Orthopaedic Trauma Nursing or ODP Study Bursary (for nursing staff, physiotherapists and ODPs trainees)
Both bursaries carry a maximum award up to £5000.
Examples of Funding to support
- Visiting trauma fellowships (national or international)
- Trauma related courses (excluding AO principles or advances)
- Costs associated with presenting any Nottingham research at national or international meetings.
- Trauma related conferences e.g. Orthopaedic Trauma Society Annual Meeting 14 and 15 January 2021.
- All East Midlands North SpR’s
- All Nottingham University Hospitals trauma and orthopaedic junior doctors
How to Apply
Written applications (max 200 words) must be received by Mr Ollivere (Academic Lead) or Mr Deakin (HOS) by 31st May 2020
Early applications will be favourably received.
Outline what you need, why you need it and how this will benefit you and the department.
Funding is provided by QMC trauma, hands and paediatrics. Applications relating to these topics or from juniors who work in these services will be most favourably looked upon.