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Allied Health Scholarships


Allied Health Scholarship Policies 2018

The Art of Grantsmanship: (Helpful pointers on preparing funding applications.)


Allied Health Scholarship Application 2018


Allied Health Doctoral Fellowships: March 15, 2018

The purpose of the Allied Health Scholarship award is to assist the student with a demonstrated interest in nephrology/organ donation in pursuing education at the Masters level to promote and enhance the development of nephrology allied health investigators in Canada.

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • serve as a nephrology nurse or technician, social worker, pharmacist, dietitian, transplant coordinator or other allied health professional;
  • have a demonstrated commitment to the area of nephrology or organ donation with an interest in kidney research.  
  • Preference will be given to applicants with a minimum of two years full time equivalent experience;
  • have Canadian citizenship or landed immigrant status;
  • be accepted in proposed course of full-time or part-time study;



Please ensure that you are using the current Kidney Foundation of Canada Allied Health Doctoral forms as no other form will be accepted for this competition. 

Highlights for 2018 Allied Health Scholarship Competition

Email Submission of Application
All applications and assessment forms must be submitted electronically by the deadline date, March 15, 2018 by 11:59 pm EST to

Official transcripts must be courier-stamped by the deadline date March 15 and forwarded to the KFOC in the original sealed envelope from the institution.

Applications can only be submitted by email.

Incomplete / Unacceptable Applications
In order to maintain the principle of fairness to all applicants, regulations must be adhered to in the preparation of Allied Health Scholarship application. Non adherence to the Policies and Checklist will lead to rejection (without appeal) of the application. Requiring adherence to the regulations have the advantage of being unambiguous for applicants, easily enforceable by staff and/or review panels, and fair and equitable for all applicants.