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SA Heart® Community Cardiovascular Health Project Award


Written on Tuesday, 11 February 2020 10:11

Open to Volunteer Health Care Organizations and Societies  conducting Community Cardiovascular Health Care related projects.

 You are cordially invited to submit your application for the SA Heart® Community CVD Healthcare Project Award to reach the SA Heart® Office by 15 March 2020.

 This award  is available to all Organizations and Societies with a significant volunteer base, which are involved in community cardiovascular health care projects and activities across South Africa such raising awareness of cardiovascular disease and education campaigns, prevention and outreach.

 Its primary goal is to assist SA Heart® in its mandate to raise awareness of cardiovascular disease in our country and to encourage emerging cardiovascular practitioners in their efforts.

 REQUIREMENTS

 Applicants must represent a society or organization with a significant volunteer base, involved in CVD health projects in the community  

 

  • Applications must include the following:
  • Full details of the meeting/workshop/activity;
  • Full details of the applying society/group
  • Proof of registration
  • A breakdown of the expected expenses.

 

Successful applications will also have their activity endorsed by SA Heart® and where possible, local SA Heart® members will be encouraged to attend/assist.

 

APPLICATIONS MUST BE ADDRESSED TO:

The President of the South African Heart Association®

Please only submit electronically to erika@saheart.org

 

The Scholarship carries a maximum value of R25 000.00 and will be awarded biennially at the discretion of the SA Heart® Board.

 

SA Heart® commits to inclusive excellence by advancing equity and diversity.

We particularly encourage applications from members of historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, women and individuals with disabilities. Preference for this award will go to medical student societies in an effort to encourage future generations of cardiovascular practitioners.