This research grant of €100.000, equally funded by both the ESA and BJA, is intended to help institutions and individual researchers to perform research in the field of Anaesthesia, Perioperative Medicine, Intensive Care, Critical Emergency Medicine and Pain and is open to any academic institution located in one of the countries represented in the ESA Council. The winner will be announced during Euroanaesthesia 2020 in Barcelona, Spain. Applications for this grant will open 2 September and close 31 October 2019.
About the BJA
The British Journal of Anaesthesia is a company limited by guarantee incorporated in 2007 and is recognised as a charity by the Charity Commission in England and Wales. The BJA brand includes the British Journal of Anaesthesia and BJA Education. BJA is the official journal of Royal College of Anaesthetists UK (RCoA), the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland, and the Hong Kong College of Anaesthetists. The BJA has a managed investment portfolio designed to generate income for disbursement of research grants for Anaesthesia and its related specialities that fall within their charitable aims and objectives.
About the ESA
The European Society of Anaesthesiology is the leading European organisation for anaesthesiology professionals. Maintaining the highest standards of practice and safety in anaesthesia, critical care, pain, and perioperative medicine is a global priority, supported by a collective international expertise and community. With over 30.000 members, the ESA offers countless benefits, such as the European Journal of Anaesthesiology (EJA), Masterclasses and workshops, the ESA e-learning platform, exclusive ESA Grants and Fellowships, and more.