Member Professional Development Scholarships

Scholarship Opportunity for Indigenous allied health professionals with the Joanna Briggs Institute in conjunction with the Centre for Remote Health – based in Alice Springs

The Joanna Briggs Institute in conjunction with the Centre for Remote Health in Alice Springs are encouraging Indigenous clinicians (medicine, nursing, allied health, AHPs/AHWs) to apply to participate in a fully funded Evidence-Based Clinical Fellowship Program (EBCFP).  Applications close 6th September 2019 and successful applicants will be notified 13th September.

Applications close 6 September

IAHA and the Royal Flying Doctors Service Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Scholarship 

The IAHA RFDS Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Scholarship is committed to growing the remote and rural allied health workforce and aims to support Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander allied health students to undertake a remote or rural clinical placement.

APPLICATIONS FOR ROUND TWO CLOSE 11 OCTOBER 2019

 

JCU Centre for Rural and Remote Health, Mount Isa (MICRRH) and IAHA Student Placement Scholarship

As a commitment under the partnership agreement between IAHA and JCU MICRRH, and in an effort to grow an appropriate and skilled remote and rural health workforce, there is an opportunity to create student placements for IAHA members in the Mount Isa region.

APPLICATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED

 

IAHA Graduate Member Professional Development Scholarship

IAHA has five Graduate Full Member Professional Development Scholarships valued up to $2000 each. Graduate Full Member Professional Development Scholarships can be used towards travel, accommodation and registration fees to attend professional Development events or training in Australia or overseas. This scholarship is supported by Epic Pharmacy and is only available for IAHA Full Member Graduates. 

APPLICATIONS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN. 

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IAHA Professional Development Support 

Indigenous Allied Health Australia aims to support the continuing professional development of the allied health workforce. IAHA offers Professional Development support for IAHA members who wish to undertake a professional development opportunity on a case-by-case basis at the CEO discretion. This is inclusive of but not limited to Short Courses, Non-Award Post Graduate Courses, Clinical Placements and Conferences. 

IAHA members can apply for professional development support by completing an “EOI for Member Support” on the IAHA Professional Development Scholarship Application Form.  

The value of the Professional Support and/or Scholarships will be assessed on a case-by-case basis, dependant on what value and items the applicant have asked for as support.

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