Delivering a Healthy WA
Nursing and midwifery in Western Australia

Aboriginal Health Fellowship

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The Nursing and Midwifery Office has a commitment to advancing Aboriginal health and promoting Aboriginal nurses and midwives within and into health.

The Nursing and Midwifery Office offers a specific Aboriginal Health Fellowship for nurses and midwives to assist them to research or study innovative approaches to healthcare and the needs of the Aboriginal population.  

The fellowship funds of up to $20,000 (can be granted to several people in smaller amounts), will be awarded to individual researchers or a team whose research will translate into positive outcomes in Aboriginal health in Western Australia.

See also:

» Background to the Aboriginal Health Fellowship
» Aim of the Aboriginal health Fellowships
» Aboriginal Health Fellowship Resource Pack
» Past recipients of the Aboriginal Health Fellowship
» Eligibility and online application

More about fellowships:

» Advancing the Midwifery Profession (previously known as Midwifery)
» Advancing the Nursing Profession (previously known as Helen Bailey)
» Global Health (previously known as International Outreach)
» Nursing and Midwifery Leadership (previously known as Margaret J Watson)
» Responding to Major Events / Disruptions (previously known as Bali Memorial)