The Canadian Paediatric Society has a number of grants available to help residents and fellows present research, pursue electives or develop community-based projects.
Interested in applying for a CPS Grant? Click on a grant to review its criteria and submission deadline.
The Adolescent Health Section has created this grant to encourage and support paediatric residents interested in pursuing a career in adolescent medicine.
Provides up to $5000 towards paediatric electives in community or /general paediatric practice.
Provides up to $5,000 to support advocacy initiatives that promote healthy development of children and youth in Canada.
Provides up to $5,000 to promote and support research activities of residents and fellows in the field of developmental pediatrics.
Provides $750 towards paediatric electives in developing countries.
This grant is presented to an individual with a developing interest in the field of child maltreatment paediatrics.
Provides up to $2,000 to support scholarly initiatives related to clinical care, education or quality improvement in the field of hospital paediatrics.
This $500 grant is presented to a qualified individual to offset the cost of presenting academic work in hospital paediatrics.
Up to $5,000 awarded to a health professional who has completed their primary professional degree/diploma within the past five years to further knowledge in the area of neonatal resuscitation.
$25,000 grant to further knowledge in the area of neonatal resuscitation.
Provides an educational opportunity for young physicians in, or interested in, the field of paediatric allergy, and fosters interest and participation in the section’s activities. Recipients $750 towards attending the CPS Annual Conference.
Supports paediatric residents in developing, planning and implementing a community-based research or advocacy project in child and youth health by providing up to $10,000 toward community-based research or advocacy projects. Funded by Healthy Generations
Promotes opportunities for residents and fellows to pursue electives in the area of paediatric sport medicine. Recipients receive $500.