The Nurse Maude Campbell Ballantyne Fellowship is sponsored by the Nurse Maude Foundation for the benefit of the Canterbury Community and is awarded yearly. The Fellowship was established in 1999 to recognise the contribution of Mr Campbell Ballantyne, former Board Member of the Nurse Maude Association.
The Institute manages the application process, all administration and monitors the progress of Fellowship projects, on behalf of the Nurse Maude Foundation.
The Fellowship provides an opportunity for those working for and associated with Nurse Maude to undertake research and development projects which are of application and benefit to Nurse Maude, its consumers and community based health care.
It is intended that these activities will add to the body of knowledge available within New Zealand, particularly with regard to innovative and progressive methods or models of health service within the community that would contribute to best practice and improved patient outcomes.
Funding up to NZ $30,000 is available annually.
The Fellowship will provide to a successful candidate funding for research activities or projects, airfares, accommodation (including living expenses) and such other direct costs which are verifiable up to a limit of NZ$30,000 (plus GST if applicable) in any one year.
Applications close on 31 July each year.
Nurse Maude Campbell Ballantyne Fellowship Timeline
Nurse Maude Campbell Ballantyne Fellowship Application