Type: Medical Student Award
For: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students to attend the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM)
Who’s Eligible: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students and junior doctors (PGY1 and PGY2)
Amount: 1 awards up to $1,000
Application Close: 14 March 2017
About the Grant: The Australasian College of Dermatologists has established an award for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students /junior doctors to attend the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). The next meeting will be held in Sydney, 6-9 May 2017.
The aims of the Award are to provide the following opportunities to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students /junior doctors with an interest in dermatology:
Criteria for Eligibility: Applicants must be a medical student or junior doctor (PGY1 and PGY2) who identify as being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and are members of the Australian Indigenous Doctors Association (AIDA).
The Award: Registration to the ASM and up to$1000 towards the cost of travel and accommodation.
Award Conditions: On conclusion of the ASM, award recipients are required to write a letter to the College’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee with a post-conference report of approximately 500 words, which may be published by the College either in print or on its website.
How to Apply: Complete the application form and submit via the application webform below. Applications must include:
The College’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee will determine the recipient of the award. Applicant will be advised of the outcome by the end of March 2017.