Endocrine Nurse Grant
This grant is for Nurse Members of the Society and has been introduced to enable nurses to carry out research or audit projects to enhance nursing/clinical practice or to produce preliminary data to be used in an application for a competitive Doctoral Research Fellowship at the start of a PhD programme.
If you are considering applying, please let us know in advance, so that we can help you with your application. The Nurse Committee is always happy to give advice to potential applicants, please email email@example.com for guidance.
There are two deadlines per year. The next deadline is at 11:59 am BST on Wednesday 20 November 2019
Up to £5,000 per grant deadline
- This grant is available to nurses who have been a member of the Society for a minimum of one year
How to apply
Complete the Endocrine Nurse Grant application form and return it to the Society at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions or would like some advice from the Nurse Committee, please email email@example.com
- Applications submitted by a member based at a recognised Higher Education Research Institute and/or Medical Institution will be considered.
- The Society for Endocrinology is a small charity, which is able to support the work of a limited number of members by providing grants to support the direct costs of research/audit projects. Acceptance of this grant, if awarded, will imply that the institution is prepared to meet the indirect overhead costs from its own sources of funding.
- Each eligible member may receive one Endocrine Nurse Grant during their career.
- The Society requires two written reports from the applicant no later than 12 months after receipt of the grant, unless otherwise agreed by the Society for Endocrinology. One academic report (max 1000 words) should demonstrate how the grant benefited the applicant and the report should also include details of any publications resulting from the grant or papers submitted. We also require a second, short, lay summary article (100-200 words) for publicity and/or publication in The Endocrinologist or on the Society’s website. This should focus on how the award has improved or changed the successful applicant’s career or has enhanced nursing/clinical practice.
- The Society reserves the right to publish successful applicants' final reports.
- The successful applicants must recognise the award on their departmental website with a link to the Society website for a minimum of six months after receipt of the grant.
- If conference/meeting abstracts have been funded by the grant this should be acknowledged.
- Only one application permitted per grant round.
- Funds must have been used by 12 months after the date awarded, unless otherwise agreed by the Society for Endocrinology.
- Funds are awarded on the understanding that they are used for the purpose stated in the application form. If support is obtained elsewhere or any part of the grant is unused, the balance will be refunded to the Society for Endocrinology.
- Grants cannot be awarded retrospectively.
- All applications will be marked by a Grants Panel comprising Nurse and Clinical Members of the Society, who have no conflict of interest with the applicants.
- The decision of the Grants Panel is final and not subject to appeal.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered.
- Resubmissions will be accepted, but the applicant should make it clear how the application has been improved.