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Nursing and midwifery in Western Australia

Nursing and midwifery Fellowships

Ce Kealley: Fellowship recipient 2011
“Receiving a fellowship allowed me to take additional leave from a busy full-time Clinical Nurse Manager role and focus completely upon my doctoral thesis. I have now moved to a position of having completed all but the final chapters and expect to be at the point of submitting the thesis to the examiners before the end of this year.”

 

Photograph of Ce Kealley

Ce Kealley: Fellowship recipient 2011

“Receiving a fellowship allowed me to take additional leave from a busy full-time Clinical Nurse Manager role and focus completely upon my doctoral thesis. I have now moved to a position of having completed all but the final chapters and expect to be at the point of submitting the thesis to the examiners before the end of this year.”


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  • Are you looking for funding to further your career?
  • Do you want to visit and learn from other healthcare sites, overseas or interstate?
  • Would you like to fund a practice improvement or small research project?
  • Do you need some time out or support to complete your Masters or PhD thesis?

Download our Fellowship brochure (PDF 269KB)

The fellowship program offered by the Nursing and Midwifery Office can take you to the next step in your career, while improving patient care in WA.

Our fellowships, each worth up to $20,000, are open to all eligible nurses and midwives and can help you achieve your goal, whether it be through travel, study or research.

Applications have now closed. Recipients will be announced soon.

We have six fellowships to choose from:

Summary of publications by previous fellowship recipients (PDF 399KB)

Summary of Fellowships

Fellowship Aim of the Fellowship Amount awarded
Aboriginal Health To support individual researchers or a team whose research will translate into positive outcomes in Aboriginal nursing, midwifery and health in Western Australia Up to $20,000
Advancing the Midwifery Profession To promote research into contemporary midwifery practice Up to $20,000
Advancing the Nursing Profession To promote research into clinical and contemporary nursing care Up to $20,000
Global Health To undertake research into health or nursing and/or midwifery in an international setting Up to $20,000
Nursing and Midwifery Leadership To promote leaders within the nursing and midwifery professions in WA Up to $20,000
Responding to Major Events / Disruptions To examine current emergency / crisis response to major events or disruptions Up to $20,000

See also:

» Eligibility and Online Application
» Fellowship application dates and frequently asked questions
» Fellowship Information Pack (PDF 431KB)

More financial assistance:

» Financial Assistance
» Scholarships
» Financial Assistance FAQs
» Academic Research Grant
» Academic Support Grant