Ann Kern-Godal’s Memorial Fund for Horse-Assisted Therapy

Fondet har til hensikt å fremme forskningsbasert kunnskao om hesteassistert terapi for ulike pasientgrupper. Fondet er åpent for internasjonale søkere. 

Det ble opprette av Tore Godal til minne om hans hustru Ann Kern-Godal. 

 

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Ann Kern-Godal’s Memorial Fund for Horse-Assisted Therapy

The fund’s purpose is to promote evidence-based research into horse-assisted therapy (HAT) for different patient groups. The fund is open to international applicants.

 Who can apply?

Since horse-assisted therapy is an emerging field of research, the areas the fund supports should be relatively open-ended and include at least three categories:

  1. Stipend for a PhD candidate’s research into HAT, where their thesis focuses wholly or partially on HAT.
  2. Stipend for a postdoctoral position dedicated wholly or partially to HAT. Exploration of new methodological procedures is considered particularly valuable.
  3. Prize given to the best institution with regard to promoting HAT research.

Especially promising research projects may receive support for up to 3 years. 

 

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The fund’s purpose is to promote evidence-based research into horse-assisted therapy (HAT) for different patient groups. The fund is open to international applicants.  Who can apply? Since horse-assisted therapy is an emerging field of research, the areas the fund supports should be relatively open-ended and include at least three categories: Stipend for a PhD candidate’s research into HAT, where their thesis focuses wholly or partially on HAT. Stipend for a postdoctoral position dedicated wholly or partially to HAT. Exploration of new methodological procedures is considered particularly valuable. Prize given to the best institution with regard to promoting HAT research. Especially promising research projects may receive support for up to 3 years.   
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