Rural Doctors Association of Queensland Prize
UQ is offering a $1,000 prize for a final year medical student interested in attending the RDAQ conference. This will include a $250 cash award and about $700 in registration to attend the Rural Doctors Association annual conference in Brisbane June 7-9th. Further details are below, make sure to get your application in by the 31st of March!
|Eligibility:||Students who are:
(a) domestic students as defined in the Fee Rules; and
(b) enrolled in Year 4 of the MD or MBBS program; and
(c) members of the student rural support club, Towards Rural and Outback Health Professionals in Queensland (TROHPIQ).
|Basis for Award:||Most outstanding applicant based on:
(a) a personal statement, less than 500 words, demonstrating interest in a career in rural medicine; and
(b) evidence of the student’s participation in activities of TROHPIQ.
|Nature of Prize:||$250 and one honorary subscription to the Rural Doctors Association of Queensland Annual Conference, at which a commemorative plaque will be presented.|
|Application Due Date:||31 March annually|
|Background:||This prize was established in 1994 and maintained by an annual gift from the Rural Doctors Association of Queensland.|
|Application Details||Please email all applications for this Scholarship to email@example.com|
John Flynn Placement Program – click here to visit the website
JFPP is a widely recognised program that aims to give students exposure to the same rural community over an extended period of time. Students must complete eight weeks of placements over a number of years in the same location, which can be anywhere in Australia. Financial assistance for travel is given, as is a weekly allowance to cover living expenses.
NSW Rural Doctors Network Scholarships:
These change year to year. To find our more follow this link
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