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Nurse scholarship for ‘developing person-centred cultures of care’

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The Foundation of Nursing Studies has opened applications for its Richard Tompkins Nurse Development Scholarship 2015.

The scholarship, now in its third year, is for a registered nurse, midwife or health visitor who is committed to developing person-centred cultures of care.

It is open to practitioners who are working clinically in any healthcare setting UK-wide, and is targeting in particular, those at ward sister level or equivalent.

The scholarship includes attendance at a five-day residential international practice development school in April and 12 months’ mentorship from the foundation to support innovation in practice, including visits by our practice development facilitator and email and telephone consultations.

Applicants should make their submission by 5pm on 14 January. Scholarship winners will be announced by 13 February

Further information on how to apply is available on the foundation’s website.

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  • This is a really fantastic development opportunity that genuinely benefits the individual taking part, the people they work with and ultimately patient care - don't miss out!

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