Becoming a corporate partner
Supporting the Work of the Joanna Briggs Foundation
Through the establishment of Clinical Fellowship Programs, the Joanna Briggs Foundation is able to work with clinicians, medical specialists and managers from health professions and bring to them the benefits of the JBI’s evidence-based approaches to health care. Essentially, the Clinical Fellowship program is tailored to individual needs and teaches key medical staff from developing countries to use treatments and protocols, proven to be world’s best practice by the JBI.
With support from corporate and individual donors, the JBF can fund medical staff and managers from developing countries to study in Adelaide. Importantly, these health professionals are not merely trained in Adelaide but rather they are also equipped to transfer their new learnings from Adelaide to their fellow health professionals in the home country. This is a key element in ensuring knowledge transfer.
The Joanna Briggs Institute, through the Clinical Fellowships Program for developing countries has changed health practises is saving thousands of lives through best practice, evidence based health care. With the ongoing support of individuals and corporates, the JBF can support many more medical doctors and specialists from Africa and other developing countries to implement life-saving procedures and practises.
How can you help the Joanna Briggs Foundation?
There are a number of ways to assist us in getting the best available health knowledge into the hands of those who need it most, and improve health outcomes for entire communities for the long term.
Our fundraising initiatives include:
- Corporate Partnerships
- Event Sponsorship
- Workplace Giving
- Individual Donation
- Goods or services in Kind
If you are interested in hearing more about the opportunities for your organisation to become involved in helping the work of the Joanna Briggs Foundation, please contact our Fundraising Manager, Sandy Davis on 0422 319 135 or [email protected]