AYRI Conference Student Bursaries Now Open

Attention Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island Health Professionals, Aboriginal Health Workers and Indigenous Medical and Health and Science Students

About the Bursary

We are offering ten (10) bursaries to support Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals and Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health students to attend our conference.

This bursary will enable Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander health professionals and students, those particularly with an interest in rural or remote practice or the C&NWQ to join other health professionals and educators to contribute to the discussions around rural and remote health and workforce policy development.

Up to $1500 is available per successful applicant to assist with travel and accommodation costs.

Conference Registrations will cover attendance at the conference, but will not cover the cost of the conference dinner.

Applicants are encouraged to complete a short application form.

How to apply

Deadline for applications

Applications will be accepted by COB 23rd June 2018.
Successful applicants will be notified by 26th June 2018.

Travel and accommodation will be booked by the Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health.

Sponsorship

These bursaries have been made possible with the support of the Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health James Cook University as well as:

Our Conference Sponsors: – Gidgee Healing, Queensland County Practice, Western Queensland PHN and Health Workforce Queensland.

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