Local Action Grants from EMRA (Emergency Medicine Residents' Association)
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Status: Student, Resident

Specialty: Anesthesiology & EM, Emergency medical services

Program's type: Research grant

Budget: -
Information :EMRA promotes the involvement of EM physicians-in-training in activities which support Emergency Medicine through community outreach and other community-driving events.

Speciality: Anesthesiology & EM, Emergency medical services

Requirements:
- EMRA member (medical students, residents, fellows) or any emergency medicine interest group whose principal applicant is an EMRA member.
- EMRA must receive appropriate acknowledgment for its support of the project. Local Action Grant recipients are encouraged to prepare a summary article of their results for EM Resident and to present a report at the membership meeting following the receipt of their grant.
- Grants will be awarded in support of projects relating to: improving community health through education, direct services or preventive programs; supporting the specialty of emergency medicine through community awareness, advocacy of local and state medical societies, improving opportunities for resident education and interaction on the residency

Budget:Two awards of $1000


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Research Grant в Emergency Medicine Residents' Association (EMRA)

 Student
 Intern\Resident

 Research grant - for financing research activities.
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Information : this grant provide research funding to physicians in training (residents or medical students) interested in completing a research project during residency/medical school. This Grant promotes the involvement of emergency medicine trainees in research which supports the specialty of emergency medicine and its training.

Speciality: Anesthesiology & EM, Emergency medical services

Requirements:
- Grants will be available to any EMRA Medical Student or Resident member, or any emergency medicine interest group whose principal applicant is an EMRA Student or Resident member.
- The proposed project must be consistent with EMRA's Purposes and Objectives.
- EMRA must receive appropriate acknowledgment for its support of the project. Grant recipients are encouraged to prepare a summary article of their results for EM Resident Magazine and to present a report at the Research Committee meeting following the receipt of their grant.


Budget: 1000$

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Emergency Medicine Basic Research Skills(EMBRS) Scholarship

 Student
 Intern\Resident

 Research grant - for financing research activities.
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Information: Given to a resident, student, or fellow who has a demonstrated interest in a research career as an independent investigator. This scholarship promotes the involvement of trainees in research which supports the further development of the specialty of emergency medicine.


Speciality: Anesthesiology & EM, Emergency medical services


Requirements:
- Resident, student, or fellow member of EMRA (Emergency Medicine Residents' Association)
- Applications will be reviewed and evaluated based on potential impact of the recipient on EM research, strength of letter of support and prior commitment to research.
- Criteria will include desired interest and potential dedication to research investigation, purpose for continuing research, and likeliness to continue meaningful research investigation in the future

Budget: Stipend to cover the registration fees to attend the intensive 11-day, 2 session course provided by EMBRS
NOTE: EMRA pays for the cost of tuition. Other costs associated with the conference (flight, hotel, etc.) is not covered by this scholarship

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Jean Hollister EMS (emergency medical services) Award for residents

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 Research grant - for financing research activities.
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Information:Given to the resident who has made valuable contributions to pre-hospital care and emergency medical services. Application Process: Single letter of support, the nominee's curriculum vitae, and application form

Speciality: Anesthesiology & EM, Emergency medical services

Requirements:
- Resident member of EMRA
- Sustained contributions to the field of EMS through teaching, scholarship and service.

Budget: Plaque and $1,000

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The Young investigator start-up Grants from ESA (European Society of Anaesthesiology)

 Student
 Doctor
 Intern\Resident

 Research grant - for financing research activities.
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Information:
The Young investigator start-up Grant aim To encourage a young investigator up to 35 years old in Research in the field of Anaesthesiaduration. Area of the Project Grants:
Clinical/translational research
Experimental research
Patient safety
Priority given to topics that have no alter-native sources of funding
Research on education or training of anaesthesiologists
The amount granted for the 2 Project Grants is up to € 22,500 each
Grants are awarded once a year.

Speciality: Anestesiology & EM
Requirements:
For ESA grants all applicants must be full ESA members (either active, affiliate, honorary, non-physician health professionals or retired) or if there are co-investigators, at least one of these
investigators should be a full ESA member at the moment of application.
The Head of Department has to confirm in writing that the relevant resources of the department are made available to the applicant (see “letter of recommendation”).
For the Young Investigator start-up Grant, Medical Student members are also eligible.
12 pages maximum for the research plan including the graphs & figures, and excluding references.
Max .3 Pages for the applicant’s CV.
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Budget:up to € 22,500

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Research Fellowship Grant from FAER (Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research)

 Doctor
 Intern\Resident

 Research grant - for financing research activities.
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Information: Research Fellowship Grants are intended to provide anesthesiology residents and fellows with the opportunity to obtain significant training in research techniques and scientific methods. The RFG is a one-year (12-month), $75,000 award for anesthesiology trainees after the CA-1 year. The RFG is awarded in conjunction with clinical training in an anesthesiology residency or fellowship program. The RFG requires 80 percent research time.
Speciality: anesthesiology & EM
Requirements: at the time of the award, applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
• U.S. citizen, permanent U.S. resident, or holder of H-1 visa with minimum of three years remaining. A J-1 visa holder would not qualify;
• Graduate physician with an unexpired, permanent, unconditional and unrestricted license to practice medicine or osteopathy in at least one state or jurisdiction of the United States;
• The RFG is not intended for residents and fellows who have received previous extramural funding (more than $100,000);
• Active member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.
Budget: up to $75,000

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