2021 applications are now closed
Major grant applications:
NBVLL is seeking applications direct from health services for major grant funding to undertake dedicated nursing and/or midwifery research and education. It is envisaged that an amount of $100,000 will be awarded this year for disbursement in 2021. The project may span over two years, with additional funding available for 2022, subject to satisfactory progress.
Only one application per health service will be accepted.
Major Grant applications are now closed
Minor grant applications: up to the value of $5,000 ARE closed
We have simplified the application process with a single application form . If you are a Registered or Enrolled Nurse or a Registered Midwife, working in Victoria and are undertaking study, research or educational activities in 2021, we encourage you to apply for an NBVLL grant or fellowship. Please click here for a word application form or here for a PDF application form
Categories for NBVLL grant allocation for 2021:
- Oncology and Palliative
- Haematology and other blood cancer
- Barwon region
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
- Enrolled Nurse
Minor Grant applications are now closed
GRANT REVIEW PROCESS:
Applications are accepted from Nurses and Midwives working in Victoria. Each application is assessed and scored by two board members. Applications are then ranked. The highest ranked applications will be submitted to the full board for consideration and progression. The board may request additional information and/or an interview to assist with the final selection process.
'Photo's supplied courtesy of "The Act of Nursing: a history of nursing regulation in Victoria" 2011, Katherine Sheedy