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Update - Bursaries for tissue viability research

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VOL: 102, ISSUE: 44, PAGE NO: 41

The Smith & Nephew Foundation doctoral nursing research studentship, worth £77,000 has been awarded to Una Adderley, a tissue viability prescribing specialist nurse who works for Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale PCT.

The Smith & Nephew Foundation doctoral nursing research studentship, worth £77,000 has been awarded to Una Adderley, a tissue viability prescribing specialist nurse who works for Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale PCT.

Her research will explore how community nurses caring for patients with venous leg ulcers make judgements and decisions about patient management.

Alison Coull, a lecturer at the Department of Nursing and Midwifery, SterlingUniversity, has been awarded a Smith & Nephew Foundation doctoral nursing research studentship, worth £90,000. The aim of her research is to develop a better understanding of the risk factors involved in the development of chronic leg ulceration in young drug users.

See www.snfoundation.org.uk.

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