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NIMDTA
2023 BMA MEDFASH Prize

The 2023 BMA MEDFASH prize for improving the quality of HIV and/ or sexual healthcare will open for applications on 1 January 2023. The prize awards £2,000 in recognition of work that has improved the quality of HIV and/ or sexual healthcare in the UK.

The prize is open to any health or social care organisation actively involved in the delivery of HIV and/or sexual healthcare in the UK. Organisations may be nominated or self-nominated and should be currently working in HIV and/ or sexual healthcare in the UK.

For more details on the prize, the assessment criteria and terms and conditions, please see the flyer below:

To apply please email your application documents to researchgrants@bma.org.uk by Friday 3 March 2023.

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