|BBA Travel Grant|
|Margaret Miller Travel Grant for Nurses|
|Laing Essay Prize|
|EMSB Representative to ANZBA|
|BBA and Scar Free Foundation Electives|
|Research into Methods of Preventing Burn Injuries in the Home Grant|
The Scar Free Foundation Student Electives in association with the British Burn Association
Scar Free Foundation Student Electives fund medical, paramedic, nursing, dietetics and psychology students wishing to undertake a small-scale Elective research project focused in the areas of burn medicine and care relating to scarring, wound healing and disfigurement either in the UK or abroad. All applications are externally reviewed and the funding available per student is £1,200 to support projects of 4-8 weeks.
Students are invited to submit their own project ideas or apply to undertake a project supervised by a Scar Free Foundation Supervisor. To find out more please visit: https://scarfree.org.uk/research/funding/student-electives-2020
The deadline for applications is the 31st January 2020
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