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ARNS Bursaries: how do I get one?

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The Association of Respiratory Nurse Specialists (ARNS) now provides two bursary opportunities that are open to both members and non-members of ARNS.

If you are interested in expanding your respiratory knowledge please read on:

Non-Members Bursary – Early Respiratory Nurse Career Development

The aim of this bursary is assist registered nurses to undertake their first post-registration respiratory course. If you are working with respiratory patients this is an excellent opportunity to enhance respiratory knowledge and improve patient care. An application form and further details is available from the ARNS website at www.arns.co.uk

ARNS Members Bursary

If you have been a member of ARNS for a period of 6 months you can apply. To become a member you need to be a registered nurse on the NMC register, be currently engaged in reparatory care and have at least one post-registration respiratory qualification. An application form and further details can be accessed via the members  page on the website www.arns.co.uk  - you will need your login details to access this.

Bursary details

  • The non-members and members bursary allocate a total of £2000 each for a 12 month period
  • Bursaries will only be awarded bi-annually during February and September of each year
  • Bursaries can only be awarded for a maximum of 50% of the course cost
  • The average award is £250 and the maximum amount awarded is £500 however all applications will be given consideration depending on their merit.

 

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