With the University of Manitoba nursing scholarship application deadline looming, CBC News has compiled a list of the most sought-after nursing scholarships for 2018.
The 2019-2020 scholarships will be announced this fall.
The list of 2019-20 nursing scholarships is also available for you to review.
The 2019-2019 Manitoba Nursing Scholarship application deadline is Oct. 1.
In addition, if you want to apply to 2019-21 Manitoba nursing scholarships, you can use the online application form to submit your application.
To help you get started, CBC Manitoba is providing a guide on how to apply for the 2019-19 Manitoba Nursing scholarship application.
Read moreAbout the Manitoba Nursing ScholarshipsThe Manitoba Nursing Scholar Program is funded by the Government of Manitoba, Manitoba Health Services and Manitoba University of Health Sciences.
The program is administered by the University at Winnipeg.
The Manitoba Nurses’ Foundation is dedicated to providing quality, affordable, accessible and compassionate health care for women and men of Manitoba.
The foundation is also responsible for the Manitoba Government’s National Nurses Health Survey and the Manitoba Nurseries Association’s award of the 2020 MNRHS.
The program is open to all eligible women and their spouses who have completed their postsecondary education.
Applicants must be working full-time and have a minimum income of $50,000.
In order to apply, a letter of intent must be submitted by Sept. 1, 2019, or you will not be considered.
The 2018-2019 scholarships will cover up to a total of $10,000 in tuition and fees.
For the 2019 program, there will be no tuition, fees or scholarships.
The first scholarship is available to women who have not received a full-tuition award from their province.
The other scholarships are open to women of all socioeconomic backgrounds who are attending a full university and who are currently enrolled in a degree-granting program.
Applicants must have a current residence permit and a valid driver’s licence.
The MNRHH is an annual survey of over 2,200 health care professionals that is conducted by the Canadian Centre for Health Information (CCHI).
The survey collects data from health care workers to determine how well their communities are treating patients, how well they are meeting health care needs and how well the health system is performing.
It is one of the first surveys of its kind conducted in Canada.
The survey collects the following information about Canadians’ health and wellness:Health care utilization and outcomesHealth outcomes related to physical, mental and emotional healthHealth outcomes associated with physical, emotional and mental healthA person’s age, sex, ethnicity, family and other health information and demographicsThe types of health care services a person needsThe extent to which health care providers provide high-quality careThe extent of the quality of care that is provided by health care institutions and health care systemsA person is eligible for the MNRHL if he or she meets the following criteria:A person has lived in Manitoba for at least one yearThe person is enrolled in at least half of his or her degree program at a Canadian institution of higher educationA person holds a Canadian passport or a passport valid for more than five yearsThe person has a valid health insurance policy that covers all of the person’s medical costs for one year and is not cancelled by the health planThe person meets one of these eligibility criteria for each of the following categories of enrolment:Health insurance plan (coverage of all medical costs, including prescription drug costs, hospitalization, hospital and out-of-pocket costs)The amount of the health insurance plan(s) and the type of coverage(s).
All of the information provided by the CCHI to the Ministry of Health, the CCNH, the Health Research Council of Canada and the University Health Network is collected by the Manitoba MNRHR and the CCHS and made publicly available.