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EMERGING LEADERS SCHOLARSHIPS

Emerging Leaders Scholarships

The Emerging Leaders Scholarships are generously supported by The Burdett Trust For Nursing, Garfield Weston Foundation, Public Health England and The Teenage Cancer Trust.

Emerging Leaders Scholarships of up to £10,000 are available to Band 7 and 8 nurses, midwives and other health professionals. The aims of the scholarship programme are threefold:

We also offer particular scholarships for nurses who are working in the clinical specialty of teenage cancer within an organisation providing NHS funded care; and nurses who have the potential to lead innovation in public health nursing in the field of Children and Young People. 

Teenage Cancer Trust Emerging Leaders Scholarships

Teenage Cancer Trust Emerging Leaders Scholarships are available for nurses at Bands 7 and 8 working in the clinical specialty of teenage cancer within an organisation providing NHS funded care anywhere in the UK.

The aims of the scholarship programme are threefold:

The bespoke programme will include a range of the elements below:

The Public Health England Children and Young People’s Leadership Scholarship

The Chief Nursing Directorate at PHE and the Florence Nightingale Foundation are offering a bespoke scholarship to an individual from a school nurse or health visitor background who wants to become a strong leader with the skills and self-confidence to contribute positively and  make a tangible difference to the outcomes for children and young people.

Recipients of the PHE Chief Nursing Directorate  - Nana Quawson Award for Public Health (CYP) Leadership Scholarship is for Nurses who have current registration with the NMC working anywhere in the United Kingdom who have the potential to lead innovation in public health nursing contributing to improvement in patient care.  The focus of the scholarship is on a patient care improvement project in the field of Children and Young People whilst developing leadership and advocacy skills.

The scholarships will be up to 12 months in length and include both bespoke and core elements.

The core elements include:

The funding will provide an award of up to £10,000 per scholar. This includes a core development element (equivalent to £3,000 per scholar).

Criteria for Selection

Applicants must be Band 7 or 8 nurses, midwives and allied health professionals who have already completed a front line leadership development programme.  Your organisation is expected to support your application in terms of study leave and additional funding as required.