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Thursday, September 24, 2015

BMA Information Fund 2015: Now accepting applications

Dear Friends

The BMA Information Fund 2015 is now open for applications until 5.00pm (BST) on Monday 28th September, or until 100 applications are received. (Please note: this is an extension to the deadline currently shown on the BMA website).

The Information Fund provides health information and educational materials to health-focussed organisations in developing countries.

Who can apply?

  • Health care institutions
  • Medical schools
  • Libraries
  • Health-focused non-governmental organisations and similar organisations
What do we donate?
  • Educational and training materials (e.g. books, CDs, DVDs).
  • There is a maximum limit of £1500 for each application. However, quantities requested may be reduced due to the high number of applications. 
  • We do not donate money.
How to apply:

I realise the deadline is quite soon and my apologies for that but hopefully it will give enough time for you to circulate to organisations who may be interested in applying.

Best wishes

Martin Carroll
Deputy Head
OISC Level 1 Immigration Adviser
International Department
Policy Directorate
British Medical Association
London, UK

The BMA is registered by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) to provide basic immigration advice to BMA members in matters relating to their employment in the UK (OISC reference N200100094).

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