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Diabetes research grant available.

Members of NZNO's Diabetes Nurse Specialists Section are invited to apply for the annual Eli Lilly Diabetes Nursing Research Grant. The $10,000 grant, which aims to foster new diabetes education techniques, has been awarded since 2004. Previous winners have been diabetes nurse specialists Maree Steele from Dunedin, Maggie Wilson from Christchurch and Louise Farmer from lower Hutt.

Applications dose on April 7, with the recipient announced in May at the New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes conference in Palmerston North. Funds will be available in June-July 2006.

For further details, contact Barbara Critchlow at Eli Lilly on 09 523 9208, free phone 0800 500 909 or email bcritchlow@lilly.com.
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Publication:Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand
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Date:Mar 1, 2006
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