The Paget's Association’s Educational Award 2022
The Paget's Association seeks to fund an Educational Award aimed at enhancing the education of health care professionals, patients, carers and the public about Paget’s Disease of Bone. Applications are invited from UK-based individuals at all levels although applicants are encouraged to contact the Association for guidance on individual eligibility.
The value of the award will typically be up to £6,000, with flexibility for the funding to be used towards stipend, salary, and or consumables/resources. The award can be focused on a number of areas including addressing educational needs for a particular client group, evaluating methods or delivering education, assessing the impact of activities on knowledge and practice, and producing educational materials. The recipient(s) will be invited to attend the Association’s Annual General Meeting in the Autumn of 2022, to receive the award.
1. Please click here to download the application form which includes a breakdown of requested costs and a summary of the proposed project.
2. Applicant(s) should attach a CV and/or other relevant information to support the application.
3. Please print, sign, scan and email your completed application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 25th January 2022, 23:59 GMT
Please send any queries to: PAresearchoffice@paget.org.uk
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The Winifred Ditchfield Educational Award
An educational award, in memory of the late Mrs Winifred Ditchfield, who had Paget’s disease, was presented to Elizabeth Radley at one of our Information Events, in Nottingham by Professor Grayson Ditchfield, who is Mrs Ditchfield’s son.
A Public Education Programme
Elizabeth, a PhD student at the University of Nottingham, used the Award to produce public education kits designed to raise awareness and understanding of Paget’s disease.
You may have read in our magazine about the research at Norton Priory in Runcorn. Elizabeth produced a portable and reusable exhibit to showcase this research. With links to medicine, archaeology and history, it is envisaged that the exhibit will attract interest from a wide audience. It will include hands‑on activities and be accessible for school and university events, national science festivals, and for community use. You can read more by following this link.
We look forward to receiving further interesting applications for the Educational Award.