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Allison Pennie Scholarship 2002

The Grampian Occupational Health Nurses Group (GOHNG), in conjunction with
the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen), has agreed to award a scholarship in
memory of the late Allison Pennie, former chair of the Group. Applications are
invited from candidates, working in Occupational Health Nursing within the
GONHG catchment area, for a scholarship towards the degree course at Robert
Gordon University.

Further details and an application pack may be obtained from: Maureen McBain
01244 262647 or Harry Horsley 01224 262637 The closing date for
completed applications is 30 November 2001. It is anticipated interviews will
take place in the last two weeks of January 2002.

The Mair Scholarship 2002

The Mair Scholarship was founded by the RCN’s Occupational Health Nurses
Group in recognition of the contribution to occupational health nursing by
Professor Alex Mair when head of the Department of Community and Occupational
Medicine, University of Dundee.

This bursary is available for first and second level nurses, currently
engaged in occupational health nursing in Scotland.

The scholarship may be used to:

– Undertake an evaluation of an OH practice

– Undertake a study tour in one of the EU countries

– Assist with the costs of research into an aspect of occupational health

– Attend a course of study

– Assist in the cost of an OH project

Application forms for next year’s award are available from The Mair
Scholarship Trust, RCN Institute Scotland, 42 South Oswald Road, Edinburgh EH9
2HH, tel 0131 662 1010. Applications must be received by 28 February 2002.

Delivery degree pathway I am exploring clinical supervision as a tool
for support and development. I would like to hear from readers with experiences
to share, in particular the current models already in use by OHNs.

Linda Lambton, Dupont UK
Fax: 01642 445555

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