Stipends and bursaries

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A limited number of stipends (funding you can apply for, if eligible) are available to help cover registration, travel, accommodation, and other expenses associated with attending the 2019 Colloquium.


Cochrane Consumer Stipends 

Cochrane is committed to the active involvement of consumers and consumer advocates in doing, disseminating, and implementing systematic reviews as well as furthering the aims of Cochrane.

Stipends are to help cover travel costs and other expenses associated with attending the Colloquium and are available for consumers who are active Cochrane contributors or in a position to become an active contributor.

Funds are limited, so applicants should explore partial or full funding options from other sources, such as your local consumer or self-help group, or the Cochrane Group with which you are involved.

Call for applications: Closed
Deadline for applications: Monday 10 June 2019


Cochrane LMIC/UMIC Stipends

Cochrane is committed to promoting and supporting active Cochrane members from low-, lower-middle-, and upper-middle-income countries (LMIC and UMIC).

Stipends are to help cover travel costs and other expenses associated with attending the Colloquium. 

Funds are limited, so if you can find some or all the money you need from another source (such as the Cochrane Group with which you are involved or your institution), please do so.  

Call for applications: Closed
Deadline for applications: Monday 10 June 2019


Wiley Stipends

Wiley Supported Cochrane Library Users Central and South American LMIC Stipend / Bursary Application.  

Call for applications: Closed (Please log in and go to "Make a submission")
Deadline for applications: Monday 10 June 2019


TDR stipends

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TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, is a global programme of scientific collaboration that helps facilitate, support and influence efforts to combat diseases of poverty. It is hosted at the World Health Organization (WHO), and is sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank and WHO. 

TDR is offering a limited number of bursaries for applications from researchers wishing to participate in the conference who are working or will present on one or more of the following:

  • Research reviews that consider health care experiences using an intersectionality analysis (i.e. how intersectionality approaches in health will contribute to explore and understand diverse patient health care experiences).
  • Research reviews that consider health equity and gender perspectives in health care.
  • Understanding and using intersectionality evidence to inform public health policy
  • Qualitative evidence synthesis methodology and other types of evidence synthesis covering social determinants of health.
  • Education and training in gender research
  • How area of activity or work can contribute to theme of ‘embracing diversity’.  Does it contribute to diversity of health? Diversity in audiences? Diversity in reviews?

Call for applications: Closed (Please log in and go to "Make a submission")
Deadline for applications: Monday 10 June 2019