The Joanna Briggs Foundation (JBF) is delighted to announce the very generous support of the Lang Foundation for JBI’s Evidence Based Clinical Fellowship Program. The Lang Foundation will provide funding for three Clinical Fellowship participants from over the next three years.
Lang Foundation Director Kirsty Roderick said she was very impressed with the Clinical Fellowship Program for developing countries and was keen to assist the work of the Foundation.
Through this support, the Joanna Briggs Foundation is able to sponsor health professionals from developing countries, enabling them to travel to Adelaide to learn JBI’s evidence-based approaches to health care.
The Clinical Fellowship Program is tailored to the individual needs of participants, depending on the health care priorities of communities. The program provides health professionals with access to JBI tools and resources to undertake best practice implementation projects back in their home countries/local settings.
Some of these evidence-based best practice improvements are as simple as encouraging participants, particularly those in developing countries, to move away from limiting traditions and practices. Importantly, the program equips health professionals to transfer their new learnings and knowledge gained in Adelaide to their home countries/local environments.
Both the Joanna Briggs Institute and Foundation would like to thank the Lang Foundation for their support and look forward to keeping them updated of their participants’ progress.

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