Although administered through Community Health Sciences, the Manitoba Training Program for Health Services Research welcomes applicants from health and non-health backgrounds and from a wide range of units and disciplines, providing that they are interested in health services research
Eligible students must be accepted and enrolled in a thesis-based Masters or PhD graduate program at the University of Manitoba.
The Manitoba Training Program wants to recruit high quality graduate students with a genuine interest in health care policy and reform. As part of the application process, students will be asked about:
- Graduate research topic and interests;
- What they hope to gain from the Manitoba Training Program;
- How their research interests relate to the definition of “health services research;”
- Any experiences that they have had working with a team or in health services research;
- Description of possible field placement experiences in which they might be interested;
- Proposed course schedule for taking required MTP courses (please see Student Guidelines for more information on required courses);
- List of any other funding agencies or awards to which they have applied.
Selection Process and Criteria:
- This program gives preference to students who are conducting health services research that engages with and is directly applicable to the local health care environment in Manitoba, Canada.
- Students must be accepted and enrolled in a thesis-based Masters or PhD graduate program at the University of Manitoba. Preference will be given to those in their first or second year of training.
- Students may not receive MTP funding for multiple years while in the same graduate training program. Priority will be given to students who have not received MTP funds previously.
- Students are required to complete an MTP application form, submit current copies of all post-secondary academic transcripts, their curriculum vitae, and provide two letters of reference (one must be from their current academic advisor). The deadline for applications is February 1.
- An adjudication committee will review all applications; select students may be interviewed as part of the adjudication process. Final decisions will be made in March.
- Completed Application Form
- 2 reference letters, including one from graduate supervisor, if applicable
- Copies of current transcripts for all post-secondary institutions
Please submit the application form and all required supporting documents to the Manitoba Training Program Coordinator, Naatasha Mohammad, at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to:
Manitoba Training Program
Community Health Sciences
University of Manitoba
S113-750 Bannatyne Avenue
Medical Services Building
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada