Arrow Nursing Scholarships

At Arrow we value the incredible contribution nurses make to the care of patients and their families during transplant treatment and recovery. That’s why we are committed to helping you develop your skills and knowledge in the field of bone marrow and stem cell transplantation.

If you’re a registered nurse employed in this field you can apply for one of our scholarships to help with the cost of your studies. Scholarships are available for the following courses through the Australian College of Nursing:

  • Chemotherapy and Other Systemic Treatments in Cancer Care
  • Blood and Marrow Transplantation
  • Haematology Nursing

Contact us for details on (02) 8382 2698 or email

Trace Richey Nursing Scholarships

Arrow director, Neil Pennock, introduced the Trace Richey Nursing Scholarships in memory of his partner, Trace Richey.

Trace Richey was a fun-loving, cheeky man with a wicked sense of humour and a heart of pure gold. He had a tremendous passion for helping others and as a professional fundraiser he worked tirelessly for a variety of charities.

In 2014 Trace was diagnosed with MDS and a year later, aged just 50, he died of acute graft vs host disease, following a bone marrow transplant.

This scholarship, for nurses working in the field of bone marrow transplants, was founded by Trace’s family and friends to honour his memory – and show their eternal gratitude to the nurses at St Vincent’s Hospital in Sydney, who so tirelessly and lovingly cared for Trace.

The nurses made such a difference to Trace’s stay in the hospital. They made a HUGE difference to his last few months. It takes a really special person to work in the field of haematology oncology, so this is our thanks to them.

It is very important we honour Trace’s memory and introduce him to future nurses, putting smiles on new faces, ensuring he is never forgotten.”

Contact us for details on (02) 8382 2698 or

Shaun Rosen Scholarships for St Vincent’s Hospital nurse training and education

The Shaun Rosen Scholarships support the ongoing training and education of nurses at St Vincent’s Hospital. If you’re a St Vincent’s nurse working in the field of haematology or bone marrow transplants, we may be able to help with the costs of conferences or other further education opportunities.

Contact us for details on (02) 8382 2698 or

Sylvia Hartog Nursing Award

In November 2015, Arrow awarded the Sylvia Hartog Nursing Award to Mr Nabin Karki and Ms Rebecca Paul. Both nurses attended the 42nd Annual Meeting of the European Society for Blood and Marrow Transplantation in Valencia, Spain.

Contact us for details or apply at (02) 8382 2698 or

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