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Charitable Trust invites applications

The CSP’s Charitable Trust has published details of how to apply for the next round of awards.

The trust is an independent charity that supports education and research relevant to the practice of physiotherapy.

Members can apply to the trust’s educational awards panel for funding to help towards the cost of accredited courses such as PhDs, MAs and MSCs, diplomas, certificates and individual masters level modules.

Support is also available for UK and international presentations, overseas study visits/projects for educational or research purposes, and international education and development projects. All applications are assessed on a competitive basis. The deadline for applications is 1 March.

The Joe Jeans Memorial Fund scholarships are available to CSP student members to help fund the costs of an overseas elective placement. Applications for spring and summer electives close on 1 March.

The Physiotherapy Research Foundation has £170,000 available for research grants this year. Members can submit applications in three categories: clinical, educational and service delivery, and in one of two schemes. Scheme A provides up to £110,000 for experienced researchers and scheme B up to £20,000 for novice researchers.

The closing date for applications is noon on 27 March. Applicants must submit an outline proposal. If the outline proposal is acceptable, an application form will be forwarded for completion, with a submission deadline of

1 September.

FURTHER INFORMATION - Details and application forms can be downloaded from the CSP website at www.csp.org.uk/charitabletrust (follow the links). For queries about the educational awards,email williamss@csp.org.uk For queries about the Joe Jeans Memorial Fund, email randdadmin@csp.org.uk

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Article Information

Issue date

4 February 2009

Volume number

15

Issue number

3

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