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tl_files/images/fr/Bourses et prix/2eme bloc.png Launched in 2011 by Laboratoires Urgo, this non profi t making foundation offers clinicians the opportunity of funding for the development of a local project which will be of benefit to the wound care community, and also extends Urgo’s commitment in the public health sector.

The funding is awarded by the UK Board to Clinical projects, which will lead to progress in medical practice and patient care.

The Clinical project will be supported over 12 months. Mentorship will also be available to successful applicants.

2011 Winners :

Ross Atkinson & Karen Ousey - Spinal Research Coordinator, Reader Advancing Clinical Practice
Project : "Assessing Key Risk Factors for Wound Healing in Patients Undergoing
Surgery for Spinal Metastases

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2010 Winners :

Jacqueline Denyer & Elizabeth Pillay - EB Nurse Consultant.
Project : "Best Practice Guidelines for Patients with EB".

Other examples for inspiration:

Clinical Audit, Patient and Public involvement in Tissue Viability, Tissue Viability service improvement project, Development of wound care competencies, Wound care in nursing homes,  and Clinical support for practitioners, Establishing a Resource Library, Engaging with specific wound care user groups – such as certain ethnic groups, homeless, drug users. 

Funding is available over 12 months

Foundation Urgo funding does not cover: Individual Education courses, services or tools/equipment.

The UK board consists of: 

  • Jacqueline Fletcher, Senior Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire and Director of Education Wound Healing Unit, Cardiff.
    j.fletcher@herts.ac.uk
  • Brenda King MBE, Nurse Consultant Tissue Viability, Sheffield Primary Care Trust.
    brenda.king@nhs.net  
  • Trudie Young,Tissue Viability Nurse (hon) Aneurin Bevan Health Board and Lecturer in Tissue Viability (hon) Bangor University.
    reachtrudieyoung@gmail.com 

The above board is happy to offer advice relating to applications.

Closing date 30th June 2012

For further information please visit:
www.urgouk.com
Click on ‘Foundation Urgo'

To register you interest contact June Clark:

01509 502051
j.clark@uk.urgo.com

APPLICATION FORM



Launched in 2010 by Laboratoires Urgo, this non profi t making foundation offers clinicians the opportunity of funding for the development of a local project which will be of benefit to the wound care community, and also extends Urgo’s commitment in the public health sector.

The funding is awarded by the UK Board to Clinical projects, which will lead to progress in medical practice and patient care.

The Clinical project will be supported over 12 months. Mentorship will also be available to successful applicants.