Summer School 2017

Summer School 2017

26th June until 7th July 2017

EANS Summer School 2017 Malmö

EANS Summer School 2017 will be held from 26th June to 7th July at Malmö University, Malmö, Sweden.

Applications are closed for PhD students in the early part of their studies.  There are 35 places available to new participants and all have been filled with eligible participants who must:

  1. be a nurse (to include the broad spectrum of professional qualifications such as nursing, mental health nursing, midwifery, health visiting, community and family nursing);
  2. have European nationality (Europe as defined by the Council of Europe);
  3. be likely to have a substantive career in research;
  4. be committed to improving the evidence base for nursing interventions;
  5. be at an early stage of their doctoral studies;
  6. have an excellent command of scientific English (the language of the summer school is English);
  7. commit to attend all three years of the summer school programme 2017-2019;

Applicants must have sufficient funds to support their accommodation costs and all of their own travel and subsistence needs during the programme.

Rosemary Crow Award

The EANS Board is pleased to invite applications for the International Journal of Nursing Studies Rosemary Crow 2018 Award which is designed to support and encourage EANS students and recently graduated Scholars to publish scholarly papers drawn from their doctoral studies. The annual award is sponsored by the International Journal of Nursing Studies, one of the leading academic nursing journals.  Please see Event Downloads below for further details, including the application form for the award.

 

Registration is closed

Registration deadline: 15th February 2017

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