AN AUDIENCE WITH...CLAIRE SWEENEY
An Audience with...Claire Sweeney
26th March 2014, 6.00-8.30pm, Fortnum & Mason
Tickets are £40 and include drinks, canapés and networking
As one of the most familiar faces on British TV, Claire Sweeney has had a long standing career as an actress, presenter, singer and now writer. Join us for this unique opportunity to share an intimate insight into Claire’s path to fame, hear what has shaped her career and put your questions to her.
Wellbeing of Women is delighted to announce a Harris Programme Grant available to set up a research centre of excellence in Pre-Term Birth
This exciting development is made possible through the personal generosity of Lord and Lady Harris of Peckham.
A grant of £1million is available over 5 years to enable a research leader with an impressive track record in the field of pre-term birth to establish a Harris/Wellbeing of Women Research Centre.
You can read more and apply here.
RESEARCH NEWS FOR MIDWIVES
Wellbeing of Women and the Royal College of Midwives are delighted to announce research grants available in 2014 for midwives:
1. Entry Level Scholarships with the Royal College of Midwives
Entry-Level Research Scholarships are to provide ‘pump-priming’ funds to enable trainees to be exposed to a research environment, or to obtain pilot data for bids for definitive funding..
2. Midwives International Fellowship Award with the Royal College of Midwives
Applications are invited to enable midwives to further develop research interests in midwifery, maternity services, pregnancy, childbirth and women’s health from an international perspective.
3. Research Training Fellowship for Midwives 2014 in Association with the Royal College of Midwives
Applications are invited for a Research Training Fellowship, to be undertaken in the UK to further the training of a midwifery graduate embarking upon a research project or research career.
You can read more about these awards and apply now by clicking here.
MUSIC & MOUNTAINS
On February 22nd DJ Lora and an intrepid team of women will set off on the Wellbeing of Women ‘Music & Mountains’ Kilimanjaro climb. Their goal is to climb to the 5895m/19,341ft summit of Kilimanjaro via the spectacular Rongai route and collectively raise £25,000 for Wellbeing of Women.For more information and to follow their progress click here