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Postgraduate and Professor Margaret Tobin mental health scholarships

Postgraduate scholarships

Postgraduate scholarships are offered to permanent employees of CHSA currently studying or about to commence a postgraduate study in a health related discipline at university.

The scholarship provides employees with funding for one year of study.

For the purposes of this scholarship, postgraduate study at university is defined as: an academic program which results in the student being awarded with a Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Masters Degree or Doctoral Degree.

Scholarships for postgraduate study will be awarded in health disciplines where areas of shortage have been determined: 

  • Nursing – midwifery, emergency, perioperative, palliative care, paediatrics/early childhood, aged care, geriatrics (aged care), rehabilitation, wound care, management (including project management), diabetes, mental health nursing (Masters), mental health (Graduate Diploma, Masters).
  • Allied health – geriatrics (aged care), paediatrics/early childhood, mental health (Graduate Diploma, Masters), diabetes (dietetics and podiatry), palliative care, rehabilitation, wound care (podiatry), management (including project management), dietetics (Graduate Certificate) and physiotherapy (Masters).
  • Mental health – psychology (Masters)

Employees of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Country Health SA Scholarship 2018 intake will open for applications on Saturday 5 August 2017 and close Sunday 17 September 2017. Please click here to apply.

For information on eligibility, terms and conditions and how to apply for both of these Scholarships download the guidelines below

 

Professor Margaret Tobin Mental Health Scholarship

One scholarship is offered to recognise the contribution of Professor Margaret Tobin to the field of Mental Health.

The scholarship provides permanent employees of Country Health SA undertaking postgraduate study in the field of mental health with one year of funding for one academic year/one scholarship intake.

Funding is only provided for one academic year/one scholarship intake. If you require funding for more than one year, you will need to apply for a scholarship again the following year.

Employees of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are strongly encouraged to apply.

The Country Health SA Scholarship 2018 intake will open for applications on Saturday 5 August 2017 and close Friday 15 September 2017. Please click here to apply..

For information on eligibility, terms and conditions and how to apply for both of these Scholarships download the guidelines below

 

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