A. ALMOND TREES.- “1st Edition Fellowship for Mental Health Researchis an initiative launched by the General Council for Nursing and Boehringer Ingelheim. endowed 7500 Euro gross which will be assigned to the top three projects with the following amounts: 3000 euros, 2500 euros and 2000 euros; This initiative aims to encourage innovative projects that benefit people with mental illness-related cognitive impairment in terms of prevention, information, quality of life, access to treatment, combating stigma, and social inclusion. “This an opportunity for nurses to bring their projects to life and make them more visible in this important area of healthcare,” says Florentino Pérez Raya, President of the General Council of Nurses.
Any scientific society, foundation or organization of any type in the field of health that represents projects whose principal investigator or investigators are registered nurses in any of the nursing schools in the national territory may participate.
Mental health has been neglected for many years, despite the fact that mental problems are increasing every year. “Nurses as caregivers, and given the rise in mental health problems in the population, we believe that the contribution of new initiatives can be very valuable to the whole society,” explains the president of the General Council of Nurses.
On behalf of Boehringer Ingelheim, Elena Gobartt, Medical Specialist Care Manager in Spain, believes that “the Mental Health Research Grant from the General Council of Nurses demonstrates our willingness to collaborate as a company on innovative projects that benefit patients. and their environment and can change people’s lives. This is another example of Boehringer Ingelheim’s commitment to the nursing community and mental health.”
With this sponsorship, the company is positioned in the field of mental health, which is one of the priorities of its direction. In total, the company is involved in more than 20 preclinical projects focusing on diseases such as schizophrenia, major depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia-related cognitive decline, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Grounds and rules
Applications will be accepted until August 15th. The scholarships will be awarded at an event to be held in October 2023 in Madrid. The databases are already available on the General Council of Nursing website and papers can be sent directly by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Mental Health Research Grant sponsored by Boehringer Ingelheim”. The completed application, memory and syllabus must be attached to the email, which can be downloaded from the following LINK.
To publicize the details of this scholarship and encourage nurses to seize this opportunity, a video is now available and can be seen on both the General Council of Nursing website, the Nursing YouTube channel, and social media. of this institution. In addition, it has also been made available to the media so that they can support this initiative and contribute to its dissemination.