The Mind Matters Initiative (MMI) Sarah Brown Research Grant has opened up its applications for 2022’s funding. Awarded yearly the £20,000 grant has already funded projects that carried out innovative research into a range of mental health areas including neurodiversity, wellbeing amongst isolated farm vets, the impact of racism on mental health, and how moral injury can impact wellbeing. The latter two projects were both awarded the grant in 2020, after the judges found it impossible to pick between the two very impressive applications.
The grant was set up in memory of vet, RCVS Council member and mental health campaigner Sarah Brown and is an opportunity for mental health researchers at any stage of their career to apply for research funding. Applications on any area of veterinary mental health are welcome.
Read more about it on the BEVA website – follow this link.