BMA Information Fund 2016: Now Accepting Applications

The BMA ( British Medical Association ) Information Fund 2016 is now open for applications until 5pm on Thursday 8 September 2016 ( UK time ) or until the cap of 100 applications has been reached.

The Information Fund provides health information and educational materials to health focused organisations in developing countries. Requests are prioritised from organisations that can demonstrate that the requested resources are tailored to their needs, the materials will be readily utilised by a significant number of people, and have demonstrable impact. The books can mean the difference between life and death through updating and increasing the knowledge of healthcare workers in developing countries. Improving access to quality health information further supports local and national efforts to reach UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Who can apply ?                                                                                                                   -Health care institutions                                                                             -Medical schools                                                                                           -Libraries                                                                                                       -Health focused non governmental organisations and similar organisations

What do we donate ?                                                                                   -Educational and training materials ( e.g. books, CDs, DVDs )                 -There is a maximum limit of £2000 for each application. However, quantities requested may be reduced due to the high number of applications                                                                                                   -We do not donate money

More information and application forms. 

Nigel Palmer                                     Phi


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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