Manitoba Society of Occupational Therapists Research Fund

  • The MSOT Research Fund supports several key activities and programs at the including:
  • Working in partnership with the Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation.
  • Offering the
    • Research Methods for Evidence Based Practice Award
      • Granting an award of $100.00 to the University of Manitoba Occupational Therapy student with the highest marks in the “Research Methods for Evidence Based Practice” course.
    • Mary Judd Research Grant
    • Presentation Award

 

Presentation Award

  • Offering occupational therapists presenting at national or international scientific meetings the opportunity to win an MSOTRF Presentation Award.  A minimum of one award of at least $500.00 is available annually.
  • Application form:   MSOTRF Presentation Award

 

The Mary Judd Research Grant

The Mary Judd Research Grant was created to encourage and contribute to the growth of research on occupational performance and occupational therapy and remains an important part of professional development for many of today’s occupational therapists.

Each year, an award of up to $1,000.00 is presented to a member of either Manitoba Society of Occupational Therapists or the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists conducting research in Manitoba.

Research projects must be directly applicable to the science of occupation and/or the practice of client-centred occupational therapy, be innovative, demonstrate originality and stand-up to scientific scrutiny, demonstrate a multidisciplinary approach and consumer participation and be conducted within Manitoba.

Research projects must not be initiated prior to the completion of the grant review process, which can take up to 3 months.

Applications must be submitted to the MSOT offices no later than 4:00pm on the first Monday of November to be eligible. Late entries will not be accepted.

For more information, download the MSOTRF Mary Judd Policy (Oct. 23, 2017)

 

Make an online donation to the Mary Judd Research Grant