The Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical Society is offering a number of awards to the value of £350 each to undergraduate students in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health in the University of Sheffield. Some of the awards will carry the Kay Dickson name whilst others will be named Med Chi Bursaries. The aim of the bursaries is to support students in undertaking a project that would further their education. The project may be completed as part of the formal undergraduate course, for example whilst on an elective attachment or during vacation periods, either in the UK or overseas, and must be undertaken in an approved establishment (e.g. university or hospital department, medical or dental school, school of nursing and/or midwifery, general practice or community setting). It is a condition of the award that successful candidates will submit a short report (1500 words) on the work undertaken within three months of completion of the project and in any event by Friday 15 December 2018). Report will be seen and adjudicated by the members of Medchi council only. It is also a condition that successful candidates must be prepared, on request, to present a short illustrated synopsis (10-15 mins) of their findings at a meeting of the Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical Society usually in March of the following year (i.e. 2019).
Applications must be received no later than 16th December 2017 for awards to be used in the period to 31st September 2017.
Bursary Application 2017 final.pdf (download)
The awards will be decided by the Bursary Subcommittee who will meet under the chairmanship of the President or a Vice-President. All applicants will be informed of the outcome by 26 Feb 2017
The Application Form can be downloaded from the Bursary Folder on our website at www.medchi-sheffield.co.uk and should be ‘saved’ as a Word document, completed and returned as an email attachment to Mrs Linda Norcliffe, Administrative Secretary, Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrive no later than 16th December 2017.
Dr Steve Brennan, Bursary Co-ordinator at email@example.com