Bursary Applications for Veterinary Evidence Today: The 2016 EBVM Network Conference are now CLOSED.
RCVS Knowledge is committed to making our conferences accessible to all members of the veterinary community – as such – we offered range of bursaries and awards for Veterinary Evidence Today 2016.
Each bursary holder will be asked to contribute towards a fit-for-publication Knowledge Summary (CATs) to Veterinary Evidence – our online resource – by September 2016. In exchange for this, not only will bursary holders be granted travel and subsistence expenses, but they will also receive an access-all-areas conference ticket.
Our bursary application process has received an overwhelming amount of interest; we will endeavour to let our bursary winners aware of the success of their application in coming weeks. Please note, if you are awarded a bursary after purchasing a ticket then we at RCVS Knowledge will refund you the cost of the ticket. If you have already purchased a ticket and do not receive a bursary, the normal refund rules apply.
It’s not too late to submit to our Student Essay Competition – as part of the Evidence Awards, we are hosting the Reginald Snelling competition, open to all students (home and abroad) currently studying a veterinary-based undergraduate degree. We invite students to submit an essay (max. 2000 words), addressing the question:
“Discuss the impact that EBVM has had on Veterinary Medicine and how you expect this to change with the growth of Evidence-based practice”
This prize, similar to our bursaries, consists of one 1 day ticket to Veterinary Evidence Today 2016 on the 2nd of November, a ticket to the black tie Evidence Awards, up to £200 towards travel and subsistence, and opportunity for publication in Veterinary Evidence.
To enter, please send your essay to Kate@RCVSKnowledge.org by Monday 15th August 2016.
Please see the terms and conditions for full details.