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BUPA Foundation Awards offer £70,000 for healthcare research

Howard Lake | 9 June 2007 | News

The BUPA Foundation is accepting entries for its 2007 Awards, which will give £70,000 in recognition of exceptional achievement in healthcare and research.

Since 1979 the BUPA Foundation has awarded grants of more than £21 million to medical research and healthcare initiatives across a broad range of disciplines from surgery to occupational health.

The BUPA Foundation Awards promote excellence in seven categories: Care, Research, Epidemiology, Clinical Excellence, Health at Work, Communication, and Patient Safety.


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Dr Andrew Vallance-Owen, vice-chairman of the BUPA Foundation, said: “Every year the standard of entries is extremely high and we are hoping to once again encourage a large number of researchers and health professionals to put forward their projects for recognition in 2007. Although medical research projects often start from small beginnings they can lead to real improvements in medicine and care.”

Applications must be received by 2 July 2007.