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Scholarships & Bursaries

We know it’s important to recognize and celebrate innovation and professional success with peers and colleagues. When opportunities for awards are available, we will feature them prominently on this page and our social media pages.

Manitoba Centennial Legacy Award

This Scholarship shall provide support to Manitoba nurses (LPNs, NPs, RNs and RPNs) from all domains of practice who are in pursuit of post-basic qualifications. This award is only available to Manitoba residents who are members of the Association of Regulated Nurses of Manitoba.

Are you a nurse enrolled in a post-basic program?

Apply for one of two $1,000 new ARNM Centennial Legacy Awards to help support your continuing education pursuits.

This award is for nurses enrolled in a post-basic program such as:

  • The Nurse Prescriber Advanced Certificate
  • Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) Certificate
  • Nursing Foot Care Program
  • Occupational Health and Safety Certificate
  • Perioperative Nursing Certificate
  • Wound Care Certificate
  • Or a similar program

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Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have a question. Call 204-992-1520, or email us at info@arnm.ca.

Dates

  • Application Opens: July 15
  • Application Closes: December 31
  • Application Review: February
  • Application Notification: Applicants will be notified in March
  • Awards mailed out: April

Criteria

  • Must be a member of the Association of Regulated Nurses of Manitoba.
  • Must be a resident studying in Manitoba.
  • Must provide proof of acceptance in program.
  • Must have completed CNF Continuing Education Awards application.

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Dr. Helen Preston Glass Fellowship Award

To assist outstanding registered nurses in Manitoba studying at the Masters and/or PhD level who are undertaking graduate studies in nursing, in community health nursing, primary healthcare, health promotion, nursing administration, nursing education, cross-cultural nursing, and studies which focus on "At Risk Populations" such as the elderly, middle age, young adult, adolescent and child.

The scholarships will only be available to Manitoba residents who are members of the donor. An individual may receive the scholarship one time only.

Applications for 2022-2023 will be open January to March 2022.

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Continuing Education Bursaries

The Nurses’ Alumni Association of the Winnipeg General Hospital and Health Sciences Centre (WGH/HSC) supports the ongoing education of active Alumni members through two funds – The Jane A. Malcolm Bursary Fund and the Viola Leadlay Continuing Education Fund.

Who?

Paid annual or life members of the Alumni are eligible for funding assistance.

What?

The Jane A. Malcom Bursary Fund supports individuals interested in studying for a degree, diploma or certificate.

The Viola Leadlay Continuing Education Fund supports nurses wanting to attend workshops, seminars and conferences.

Deadline Dates for Applications

Jane A. Malcolm Bursary – September 30 of each year.

Viola Leadlay Continuing Education fund – March 30 and September 30 of each year.

Application Forms

Application forms for either fund may be obtained by:

Writing:

The Convener, Education Committee
The Nurses’ Alumni Association of the WGH and HSC
c/o NA 138-700 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3E 0T2

CNIA Award for Diversifying & Strengthening Nursing Informatics 2022

Description

The fields of nursing and informatics benefit when our professional organizations represent the diverse needs and interests of all those we serve. Including different perspectives in the design and implementation of these solutions is necessary for improving the practices and technologies we develop to better support all of our patients and colleagues.

We recognize that there is a persistent homogeneity in nursing leadership and informatics, with members frequently belonging to historically dominant and privileged groups that do not reflect the diversity of the nursing profession nor the Canadian population. At CNIA, we know that moving beyond sentiment and taking concrete actions are the necessary next steps towards meaningful commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

In an effort to enrich the perspectives in our organization and make nursing informatics more accessible, we are launching an awards program for nurses who self-identify with groups that have too often been excluded from nursing and leadership – for example, by race (particularly those who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour), ability/disability, family socioeconomic status (e.g., income level, first-generation students, etc.), education and/or nursing credentials, sexual orientation, gender, language, or other forms of historical under-representation in our discipline.

The award

Two $500 awards will be made available for the 2022 program, in addition to free attendance at the 2022 CNIA virtual conference in June, for any nurse (LPN or RN) or nursing student.

Two poster presentation slots will also be reserved for the award recipients, to present on a nursing informatics topic of their choice or to share a poster format of their reflection/video submissions. Each recipient will be asked to share the title and abstract of their presentation with the conference planning committee by May 15th, 2022.

Eligibility

Applicants must self-identify as a member of a group that they do not see strongly represented in nursing and/or nursing informatics. We encourage all applicants to join CNIA, although membership is not required to apply. Student membership is free!

Requirements

  1. Resumé / CV (1-2 pages)
  2. A reflection essay or video presentation (maximum 250-500 words, OR 2-3 minute video), addressing the following questions and ideas:
    1. Please share how and why you became interested in nursing informatics.
    2. What perspective(s) do you have, that you think are currently lacking in nursing informatics? What personal and community experiences do you have, that have informed this perspective?
    3. What do you hope to achieve or see changed in nursing informatics, to make it more accessible to underrepresented nurses?

Files 1 and 2 should be submitted to this Google Form by March 31st, 2022, 11:59 p.m.

If you do not have a Google account, you can email both files to awards@cnia.ca.

Award notification

The two award recipients will be notified of their awards by April 30th, 2022.

Please note that due to the small and voluntary nature of our organization, we will not have the capacity to provide individual feedback on any applications.

More information: https://cnia.ca/Awards#Diversity

Baxter Canada Nursing Scholarship

To celebrate National Nurses Week in May 2022, Baxter Canada is recognizing Canadian nurses by granting ten individual $1000.00* scholarships to support ongoing professional education**.

To be considered, tell us #WhatsYourWhy? (Why did you become a nurse, what does your day look like, why do you continue to work in this profession, what do you want others to know about nursing, etc.).   

Entries*** will be accepted from April 4th - 30th, 2022, from any LPN, RPN, RN, or NP currently employed by a Canadian healthcare organization.

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