Nova Scotia College of Medical Laboratory Technologists

Collaborative Grant

The Collaborative Grant is awarded to NSCMLT members that promote the profession through educational activities related to the field of Medical Laboratory Science for NSCMLT members.


  • Available to NSCMLT members and member's organizations in Nova Scotia who promote the profession through educational activities related to the field of medical laboratory science for NSCMLT members up to $1,000
  • Applications will be considered for activities that will be complete in the calendar year that funding is being requested
  • Funding will be granted for educational resources, catering for educational symposium and venue's for educational symposium or other activities determined by the NSCMLT PP Committee
  • A completed application form must be submitted 
  • Recipient of Collaborative Grant agrees to complete an evaluation of the event to determine if objectives were met
  • Recipient agrees to submit an article in the Under the Scope that summarizes their event or education
  • Applicants may only be considered for one grant per year
  • Those that have received a grant within the past 3 years will only be considered if all the grant funds are not awarded to other applicants
  • Funds are awarded yearly
  • All decisions are final. If an application is rejected it will not be reconsidered for future disbursements in the same calendar year

Eligibility Requirements

  • A detailed budget shall accompany the application for funding the event for requests over $1000
  • The event shall be open to all active practising NSCMLT members in good standing within the requesting organization
  • Education Days/Symposiums/Conferences shall be open to all NSCMLT members in Nova Scotia with equal registration fees for all participants
  • An event coordinator shall be identified as the event contact
  • The event shall have the organization’s management approval

Eligible Professional Development Activities

  • Education Days / Symposiums / Conferences
  • Workshops
  • Setting up Educational Programs
  • Online learning programs – Webinars, courses for groups
  • Teleconferences for groups
  • Other events may be eligible upon review by the NSCMLT PP Committee
  • Deadline for applications: May 1st

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