Projects that consider the Canadian context are particularly welcome and may include requests for seed money to develop research initiatives. Proposals are expected to advance the history of health, healthcare or disease or the education of health professionals that could benefit the broader community of practitioners in the field. There is an expectation that during the period of these grants or within a year of their completion, one or more conference papers or publications/presentations will result from this funding. The AMS Project Grant funding may be used to cover reasonable expenses related to the Fellowship (i.e. salary replacement, travel, and registration expenses, etc.