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QV Healthcare Practitioner Student Scholarship Back For 2023

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$30,000 to be won in QV Student Scholarshipn

Opening on September 1st 2023, the QV Healthcare Practitioner Student Scholarship will award a total of $30,000 in prize money to undergraduate and postgraduate students in Pharmacy, Medicine or Nursing courses in a bid to further the education of the next generation of Australian healthcare practitioners.

Entrants are asked to complete a short essay related to sensitive skin, an area QV understands well having spent decades specialising in skincare for sensitive and problematic skin. Submissions will be judged by a panel of industry experts including Fabrizio Spada (Scientific Affairs Manager, Ego Pharmaceuticals) and Cheryl Talent (President, Eczema Association of Australasia).

QV Skincare, part of the Ego Pharmaceuticals portfolio, has a long and close association with healthcare practitioners since the business was first founded following a request from the dermatology ward of Melbourne’s iconic Queen Victoria Hospital.

Decades on, the QV brand remains family owned, Australian made, and synonymous with quality and innovation. With over 50 QV products sold in more than 20 nations around the world, QV is proud to be the #1 recommended sensitive skincare brand by healthcare practitioners^, a testament to the trust dermatologists, GPs and pharmacists have in the brand.

The QV Healthcare Practitioner Student Scholarship is open from September 1st until September 30th 2023. Interested parties can enter via www.qvskincare.com.au/scholarship.html


For all media enquiries, please contact Ego Pharmaceuticals:

Laura Lock | laura.lock@egopharm.com | +61 438 763 996

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