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This grant is designed to enable nurses to visit conferences overseas. The proposed travel must include a visit to a burn-related conference outside the UK and Ireland and a visit to a Burn Service. The travel should have clearly defined aims and objectives which the applicant wishes to explore and which have relevance in clinical practice.
Grants will not normally exceed £1,500.
Mr Sandy Miller was a founder member of the British Burn Association (BBA) and later became Chairman. He was Burns Consultant at the Northern General in Sheffield from 1968 until his retirement in 1989 and was committed to the care of burn injured patients and the aims of the BBA throughout this time. The Margaret Miller Grant was set up as part of Sandy Miller’s legacy, named after his wife who was a Consultant Anaesthetist also at the Northern General. The grant is designed to enable nurses to visit conferences overseas. The proposed travel must include a visit to a burn-related conference outside the UK and Ireland and a visit to a Burn Service. The travel should have clearly defined aims and objectives which the applicant wishes to explore and which have relevance in clinical practice.
- Applicants must have been a member of the BBA for at least 12 months prior to the date of application. The Margaret Miller Travel Grant is restricted to nurses.
- Applicants must confine their application to the form below. Additional material will not be considered.
- The application form can be submitted by post or email, but it must be received by the BBA at least 6 months prior to the intended date of travel so that it can be discussed at the next BBA Board of Trustees meeting.
Please note, BBA Board of Trustees meetings are held quarterly (dates are available from the Secretariat).
- Grants will not normally exceed £1500. Sums greater than £1500 will be considered where there are extenuating circumstances and travel is directly related to the BBA’s work-streams. Three-quarters of the agreed grant will be forwarded to the applicant prior to the date of travel. The remainder will only be provided following the submission of a satisfactory travel report (see point 7 below).
- The BBA Trustees reserve the right to reject a suboptimal report. Evidence of the visit/travel will also be required as proof of appropriate use of the award.
- Applicants must include details of financial support obtained from elsewhere and support for annual/study leave where applicable.
Applications must include specific aims and objectives of the proposed project and details of how its findings will be disseminated.
- Successful applicants must submit a written travel report to the BBA Secretary not later than 3 months after the date of travel. Travel reports will be published in BBA Newsletter. The BBA Board of Trustees may request that selected travel reports be presented at the BBA Annual Scientific Meeting as either an oral presentation or poster.
- Successful applicants who are subsequently unable to undertake the proposed travel project, must return the grant monies to the BBA Secretariat within 3 months. The grant may not be used for purposes other than those for which it was awarded, and is not transferable to persons other than those named on the application.
- Any work published as a result of the project for which the Margaret Miller Travel Grant was given, must acknowledge the British Burn Association.
- All applications will be considered by the BBA Board of Trustees, however grants will not normally be given to those who have received them within the previous 3 years. Any recipient of a BBA grant who fails to submit an acceptable report and evidence of use of the grant, will not be eligible for further grant applications to the BBA for any awards in the future.
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