MSD Animal Health invites applications for the 2020 Research Bursary for Veterinary Nurses - Veterinary Practice
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MSD Animal Health invites applications for the 2020 Research Bursary for Veterinary Nurses

Focus is on awarding work that can easily support future developments within the industry

MSD Animal Health is inviting veterinary nurses to apply for the 2020 MSD Animal Health Research Bursary for Veterinary Nurses, supported by the BVNA. One £1,000 bursary will be available to the student or qualified veterinary nurse in the UK with the best research project application. There is also an opportunity to win additional prizes of £1,000 and £500 for the best research project presentations at the MSD Animal Health Research Bursary Awards Day. The deadline for applications is Friday 26 June 2020.

Katie Whalley, veterinary nurse at Chipping Norton Veterinary Hospital, was awarded the first ever MSD Animal Health Veterinary Nurse Research Bursary in 2019. Katie’s award of £1,000 was made for her research into the use of an ATP bioluminescence meter to monitor cleaning, with the aim of improving hospital hygiene. The research is part of her study towards her Certificate in Surgical Nursing.

Michelle Townley, veterinary advisor at MSD Animal Health adds: “We had a lot of interest in last year’s veterinary nurse awards and are keen to encourage as many applications as possible again this year. Our focus is on awarding work that can easily support future developments within the industry. MSD Animal Health is committed to preserving and improving the health, well-being and performance of animals so we aim to select research projects that fit well with this important goal.”

For further details, please visit the MSD Animal Health Research Bursary website.

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