Experts will provide an update on current advances in caring for mothers carrying babies labelled as small or big.
This is a hot topic in maternity care, and one that has sparked debates and discussion online as many pregnancies are labelled as small or big babies, but there is no actual pathology present.
- Current best practice
- The latest research findings in this field and potential further therapies
- How personalised care can improve outcomes for mother and baby
- Understanding the emotions and issues of the parents
Luke Zander research support bursary
Bursary: £500 and a year’s membership to the RSM if you are a student or money deducted from the membership fee.
Submission deadline: Sunday 6 October 2019
Open to: Students, trainees and other professionals who specialise in maternity and/ or surrounding disciplines who are registered in the UK. Please note those who work for commercial operations will not be eligible for the bursary.
Application guidelines: The bursary is to enable the applicant to progress their research in the field of maternity care or care of the newborn.
Entrants will need to submit the following:
- A summary of their current research
- How the bursary will be spent (750 words maximum)
- An up-to-date CV
The bursary winner will be invited to present at the Maternity and the Newborn Forum Section meeting on Tuesday 19 November 2019.
Please note the successful candidate will be expected to submit a summary of how the bursary was used and a short paragraph on the benefit of winning the bursary to feature in the Maternity and the Newborn Forum enews letter.
For more information, contact: email@example.com.
This bursary is to honour Luke Zander a founding member of the Forum and an innovator in maternity care. The bursary is to enable the applicant to progress their research in the field of maternity care or care of the newborn.