Help Fund more Training Grants in 2011
Our grants for bursaries, entry level scholarships and research training fellowships are all designed to encourage young doctors and midwives to choose this specialty and particularly to choose research as their career path. Without this flow of new talent into women’s health the new treatments, new procedures, new developments will dry up and no further improvements will be possible.
This Christmas we want to raise at least £50,000 so that we can offer training grants in obstetrics and gynaecology to extra students next year. £50,000 will fund at least an extra 30 grants.
Please ensure good health for women in the future by making a donation to our training appeal. Is there a better gift this Christmas? DONATE HEREread more
WHERE THE MONEY GOES - RESEARCH TRAINING GRANTS
We also fund Entry Level Scholarships (enabling young doctors to take their first steps in research) and Research Training Fellowships (details of this year's fellows: Jarvie, Hillman, Agrawal) - these are often the first step on a career in research and academic teaching. A Wellbeing of Women Research Training Fellowship carries prestige with it and is often the start of an important academic career. In a recent interview for our Research News, Professor Henry Kitchener said:read more
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