Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery

Anne Harrold Bursary

  • The Radcliffe Guild of Nurses established the Anne Harrold Radcliffe Guild of Nurses Charitable Trust as a registered charity (Registered Charity no. 1114013) in 2006 using a bequest from Anne Harrold and other Guild funds.

    The aim of the Trust is to manage this fund and to distribute annual awards and benevolent funds to eligible nurses.

    The Trustees allocate monies for annual awards, the number of awards being at the discretion of the Trustees.


    Who can apply?

    To apply for an award:

    • You must have successfully undertaken pre-registration nursing or midwifery in any branch of nursing at either the former Oxford School of Nursing or Oxford Brookes University 
    • Oxford Brookes University pre-registration Nursing or Midwifery degree students are eligible to apply for an award 
    • Oxford Brookes University Nursing Associate students and graduates registered with the NMC are eligible to apply for an award.


    Application Criteria and Judging

    Applications are judged on the following criteria:

    • Benefit to service users
    • Innovation
    • Transferability of experience and knowledge gained to the body of nursing knowledge
    • Plan for dissemination of the project finding.

    Applications must be made by March 31st each year, late applications cannot be considered.

    Decisions on the awards are announced at the annual AGM of the Anne Harrold Radcliffe Guild of Nurses Charitable Trust held in June.

    The applications are assessed by a panel including Trustees, an academic nursing representative of Oxford Brookes University and a practicing member of staff from Oxford University NHS Foundation Trust.

    All awards are made in British pounds.


    Application process

    Application for the awards is via a form available from the Trustees Awards Secretary and returned to the secretary on completion.

    Details of the course, research (ethical approval having been obtained) or project to be undertaken are required together with the level of course fees and other costs.

    For further information please contact Rita Bayley at rita.bayley@gmail.com