BMA Information Fund 2014

The BMA ( British Medical Association ) Information Fund is run by the BMA International Department in association with the charity Teaching Aids at Low Cost ( TALC ). The Fund provides health information and educational materials to health- focused organisations in developing countries. See the website for further information.

Applications for 2014 are now open. They will be accepted until the cap of 100 applications has been reached or until Friday 29th August ( 5pm BST ). You are strongly advised to get your application in early.

Who can apply ?

Healthcare Institutions. Medical Schools. Libraries. Health-focused non-governmental organisations or similar.

Please note the BMA are not able to respond to requests from individuals. 

What does the BMA Fund donate ?

The BMA supplies health related educational and training materials  ( e.g. books, CDs and DVDs ). Quantities requested may be reduced due to the high number of applications. Please note that the Fund does not donate money.

How to apply.

To apply, please read the advice for applicants before completing the application form and book list : see above. Due to the high volume of applications received, please note that application forms with any information missing will be automatically rejected.

My thanks to Arthy Santhakumar of the BMA International Department and to HIFA2015 for this information.

Nigel Palmer                    Phi

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About nigepalphi

I am a trustee of Partnerships in Health Information. I was librarian of the Health Education Council in London from 1969 to 1972, then librarian of St Mary's Hospital Medical School from 1972 to 2002.
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