New Grants Programme:
“High Impact Cardiovascular Disease Interventions” is now open for applications.
Details of grants awarded previously can be downloaded using the links below.
2020Covid-19: Supporting Resilience in the Nursing Workforce 2020
2020Reducing Restrictive Interventions
2019Complex Needs in Primary Care
2019Learning Disability Nursing
2018People Living with Frailty Programme
2017Stregthening Nursing Leadership
2016Stregthening Nursing Leadership
Historical Grant Programmes
- 2011Empowerment Programme
- 2013Delivering Dignity
- 2014Young Minds
- 2014Transitional Care
- 2015Maternal and Childhood Obesity
Proactive Grants Programme
The Burdett Trust for Nursing strives to be a catalyst for change, an active player in improving the health and well-being of patients. To this end the trustees participate in dialogue and share new ideas with grantee organisations, service providers, other funders and government agencies. The Trust aims to create opportunities to engage nursing stakeholders in collaborative problem-solving and program development.
Through the Proactive Grants Programme, trustees work with a wide range of public and private partners to advance the Foundation’s long-term goals.
All proactive grants are by invitation-only from The Burdett Trust for Nursing.Please note: you will be asked to enter the password provided to you by Burdett Trust for Nursing.
Featured projects and resources
The Queen’s Nursing Institute:
Men’s Health programme.Learn more
Kimbuta Rural Development programme:
A Motorbike Ambulance to improve transport for patients.Learn more
Junius S. Morgan Benevolent Fund
Helping nurses in hardship.Learn more
Understanding Nutrition and Dementia.Learn more
Global Research Nurses’ network
Helping nurses across the world to develop their research skills.Learn more
University of Nottingham
The Implementation of Resilience Based Clinical Supervision to Support Transition to Practice in Newly Qualified Healthcare Professionals.