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CONFERENCE BURSARIES

SRIP Conference Bursary for Students

Since 1980 SRIP has organized an annual international conference to exchange research findings, develop research interest and networks and to engage with clinical partners. The Society awards bursaries to enable students, early career researchers and clinical staff to attend the conference. Prizes are also awarded for high quality undergraduate, MSc, PhD and Early Career Researcher research, as well as to esteemed researchers (clinical and academic) in recognition of their work.

Full bursaries will cover the cost of registration, up to £300 to cover accommodation and travel expenses to and from the conference, and attendance at the conference dinner. Partial bursaries will cover the cost of registration, £150 to go towards travel and/ or accommodation, and attendance at the conference dinner. In addition, there is the possibility of applying for a bursary for the registration fees only (e.g., for people living near the conference location). Costs for accommodation should be reasonable (no more than £100 per night where possible) and all travel needs to be second class/economy. Taxis, metro or bus fares within the city where the conference is being held cannot be reimbursed. We encourage train travel instead of flying wherever possible.

 

To be eligible for a bursary you must be a member of SRIP at the time of application. Student membership costs £20 per year and includes a number of benefits including annual subscription to the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology and access to free online workshops and events.

Applications for a bursary will be considered on an individual basis by the committee. Preference will be given to those who are presenting (symposium, oral paper or poster) and to those who have no, or limited, funds available to support conference attendance. If you wish to apply for this bursary, you will be able to do so via the abstract submission form. 

SRIP Conference Bursary for Clinical Staff

Since 1980 SRIP has organized an annual international conference to exchange research findings, develop research interest and networks and to engage with clinical partners. The Society awards bursaries to enable students, early career researchers and clinical staff to attend the conference. Prizes are also awarded for high quality undergraduate, MSc and PhD research, as well as to esteemed researchers (clinical and academic) in recognition of their work.

Full bursaries will cover the cost of registration, up to £300 to cover accommodation and travel expenses to and from the conference, and attendance at the conference dinner. Partial bursaries will cover the cost of registration, £150 to go towards travel and/ or accommodation, and attendance at the conference dinner. In addition, there is the possibility of applying for a bursary for the registration fees only (e.g., for people living near the conference location). Costs for accommodation should be reasonable (no more than £100 per night where possible) and all travel needs to be second class/economy. Taxis, metro or bus fares within the city where the conference is being held cannot be reimbursed. We encourage train travel instead of flying wherever possible.

 

To be eligible for a bursary you must be a member of SRIP at the time of application. Membership costs £40 per year and includes a number of benefits including annual subscription to the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology and access to free online workshops and events.

Applications for a bursary will be considered on an individual basis by the committee. Preference will be given to those who are presenting (symposium, oral paper or poster) and to those who have no, or limited, funds available to support conference attendance. If you wish to apply for this bursary, you will be able to do so via the abstract submission form. 

Eligibility for Award


The SRIP conference bursary is available to clinical staff who can demonstrate one or more of the following;

  • Direct engagement with the implementation of evidence-based practice e.g. development and operationalisation of clinical guidelines relating to the Society’s interests

  • Direct engagement with the conduct of appropriate research e.g. participating with the recruitment of participants; data collection or active members of advisory boards for research projects.

SRIP Conference Bursary for Early Career Researchers

Since 1980 SRIP has organized an annual international conference to exchange research findings, develop research interest and networks and to engage with clinical partners. The Society awards bursaries to enable students, early career researchers and clinical staff to attend the conference. Prizes are also awarded for high quality undergraduate, MSc and PhD research, as well as to esteemed researchers (clinical and academic) in recognition of their work.

Full bursaries will cover the cost of registration, up to £300 to cover accommodation and travel expenses to and from the conference, and attendance at the conference dinner. Partial bursaries will cover the cost of registration, £150 to go towards travel and/ or accommodation, and attendance at the conference dinner. In addition, there is the possibility of applying for a bursary for the registration fees only (e.g., for people living near the conference location). Costs for accommodation should be reasonable (no more than £100 per night where possible) and all travel needs to be second class/economy. Taxis, metro or bus fares within the city where the conference is being held cannot be reimbursed. We encourage train travel instead of flying wherever possible.

 

To be eligible for a bursary you must be a member of SRIP at the time of application. Membership costs £40 per year (full membership) or £20 per year (discounted membership for students and those not in paid employment) and includes a number of benefits including annual subscription to the Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology and access to free online workshops and events.

Applications for a bursary will be considered on an individual basis by the committee. Preference will be given to those who are presenting (symposium, oral paper or poster) and to those who have no, or limited, funds available to support conference attendance. If you wish to apply for this bursary, you will be able to do so via the abstract submission form. 

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