NACCHO Research Opportunity Alert : Career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals

Research

“The Lowitja Institute is seeking suitably qualified researchers to undertake a research project under the Institute’s Health Workforce to Address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Program”

Career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professionals

Project No. 16-HWF-10 Applications close 16 September 2016

The Lowitja Institute is seeking suitably qualified researchers to undertake a research project under the Institute’s Health Workforce to Address Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Program. Interested parties are invited to consider the project as defined below, and respond to the call for applications.

Responses may include proposed variations to the scope and objectives, argued on the basis of evidence and expert knowledge.

Research aim

To provide insight and guidance to enhance the capacity of the health system to retain and support the development and careers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the health workforce.

Objective

To contribute to the growth, retention and career development of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professional workforce.

Please note that applications may only be submitted by Lowitja Institute CRC Participant Organisations. While other institutions may partner in the research team, if successful, the Research Activity Funding must be administered by a Participant Organisation (the Administering Institution).

Application information

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