Research4Life trainers: apply now for grants
Published: Thursday 8th October 2020 Category: News
Are you planning to conduct a training on Research4Life in your country? Would you like to become an expert trainer for your institution, teaching peers how to use Research4Life and access thousands of useful resources?
The Medical Library Association (MLA) is now accepting grant applications for workshops and distance learning courses for the MLA Librarians without Borders®/ Elsevier Foundation/ Research4Life Grants. The goal is to develop a community of librarians and information specialists that support Research4Life training.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, applicants are encouraged to submit proposals for online trainings. Possible projects could include: a virtual Research4Life training for people in a specific institution, country or region, on evidence-based medicine, point-of-care-teaching or scientific publishing, or creating new training modules or videos.
Need inspiration? Read about past winners and their projects:
- How Research4Life helps medical researchers perform systematic reviews
- Five librarians from Research4Life countries will build capacity in their region
Grants range from $1,500 to $5,000 and will be distributed in June 2021. Individuals or institutions involved in any aspect of Research4Life are encouraged to apply.