HAEMATOLOGY BRC PUMP-PRIMING AWARD 2020-2021
The BRC Haematology Theme are pleased to announce a new pump-priming award for 2020-2021. Please do have a read of the attached advert and we encourage you to apply if you have a project that is suitable. We will consider all applications from clinical settings through to experimental haematology settings. Eligibility for the award is found in the advert. Please do not hesitate to forward this email on to advertise this award as much as possible.
We look forward to your application (which must be in by 31st July at 5pm).
Any queries can be directed to: Nikki Curry (email@example.com)
Allied Healthcare Professionals Training Grants
The Oxford Centre for Haematology awarded nine training grants in October 2018 to Allied Healthcare Professionals involved in haematology in Oxford in both the Trust and University.
Awards were made by the OCH Training Sub-Committee, which includes representatives from allied health teams. The objectives of the training scheme are to improve staff recruitment, retention and satisfaction by funding training and educational initiatives that are not normally funded by other means. Costs for materials or equipment associated with staff development and training will also be considered. These awards will give allied healthcare colleagues additional opportunities to further their professional development and enhance patient care.
The committee will consider applications for funding through the year for ad hoc training needs, outside of the annual call for applications.
A new round of funding will be available for 2021. Please check for any updates here.
SPECIAL STUDY MODULES FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS
OCH will support four fourth year medical student SSMs in 2020. Offer of further places will be made in October 2020 for the next cohort.
Haematology is at the forefront of the application of science and novel technologies in clinical medicine, pioneering treatments such as bone marrow transplants, immunotherapy, multi-agent cancer chemotherapy and targeted therapies which have really revolutionized care of patients with a range of blood disorders over recent years.
Haematology specialists have the privilege of being able to transition between bench and bedside - assessing patients clinically, performing specialized diagnostic tests such as bone marrow aspirations, reporting blood films and bone marrow studies, interpreting complex molecular diagnostics as well as developing strong relationships with patients and their families.
Many haematologists also spend time in basic laboratory research and participate in clinical trials, especially here in Oxford. During this SSM, £500 funding is offered to support a specific laboratory-based assignment in one of the haematology labs at the world-renowned MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine. Time in clinic can also be arranged.