Scholarships and awards

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Generously funded scholarships and awards. Enquiries and applications to scholarships@ntgpe.org.

Dr Rosemary Wyber

2016 Ada Wilmadda Parry Scholarship winner

I think you should apply if you have an idea and opportunity to make a difference, a supportive workplace that can help you and a commitment to contribute to the bigger picture of healthcare in the NT.

Scholarships

There are two generously funded scholarships offered each year by NTGPE.

Dr Alan Walker paediatric Scholarship:

Application – write a concept on how the applicant would spend the $5000 scholarship money towards study that would benefit Indigenous children in the NT.

Dr Alan Walker paediatric scholarship is self-nominated.

Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in the NTGPE training program
  • Attend the NTGPE Awards Night in Darwin in November to accept the award.
  • Write a letter to the family of Dr Alan Walker introducing yourself and your sentiments about being a winner of the scholarship.
  • Be willing to be involved in marketing strategies that promote the scholarship and the NTGPE training program more generally.
  • At the end of the calendar year provide NTGPE with a report describing the study completed and how it has benefited Indigenous children in the NT.
  • Present your education plans and project report as a guest speaker at Awards Night in Darwin in November.

Opens: July 11 2017
Closes: August 1 2017

Ada Wilmadda Parry Aboriginal health Scholarship:

Application – describe in detail a new or existing project that would use the $10,000 scholarship money to contribute towards creating positive change in Northern Territory Indigenous health. The application should contain the background of the GP registrar and their demonstrated commitment to Indigenous health in the NT. It should also contain background information about the details of the project and how it is anticipated this project will have a positive impact.

Ada Wilmadda Parry Aboriginal Health Scholarship is a self-nominated scholarship.

Submit with the application an up to date CV and the details of two referees who support the project.

Requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in the NTGPE training program.
  • Willing to attend the NTGPE Awards Night in Darwin in November to accept the award.
  • Write a letter to Ada Parry introducing yourself, your project plan and your sentiments about being a winner of the scholarship.
  • Willing to be involved in marketing strategies that promote the scholarship and the NTGPE training program more generally.
  • At the end of the calendar year provide a report to NTGPE describing the progress of the project and a description of how the scholarship money was spent to contribute to the project outcomes.
  • Present as a guest speaker at the Awards Night following the completion of project in Darwin in November.

Opens: May 13 2017
Closes: Extended - July 18 2017

Awards

There are two awards offered each year by NTGPE.

Dr Debbie Stach GP Registrar of the Year award:

Application: This is a peer nominated award worth $10,000. It is awarded annually to a stand out GP registrar who has a commitment to working in the Northern Territory after training with NTGPE. The recipient needs to have demonstrated a commitment to leadership and innovation in general practice, particularly Indigenous health.

The award recipient must be willing to do the following:

  • Be currently enrolled in the NTGPE training program.
  • Attend the NTGPE Awards Night in Darwin in November to accept the award.
  • Write a letter to the family of Dr Debbie Stach introducing themselves and their plans post training with NTGPE as well as their sentiments about being a winner of the award.
  • Be willing to be involved in marketing strategies that promote the Dr Debbie Stach GP Registrar of the Year award and the NTGPE training program more generally.
  • Present as a guest speaker at the Awards Night detailing their experiences as GP Registrar of the Year and plans post fellowship.

Opens: September 14 2017
Closes: October 28 2017

Training Post of the Year award:

This award is an opportunity for registrars to nominate an outstanding training post (GP post, remote clinic, and hospital based post (ESP/AST/ARST).

When making the application, describe why the training post has been outstanding in these areas:

  • Supervisor availability
  • Teaching delivered within the training post
  • Overall GP registrar support
  • Commitment to GP registrar training
  • Minimum of 300 words in application

The award recipient must be willing to do the following:

  • Attend the NTGPE Awards Night in Darwin in November to accept the award.
  • Be willing to be involved in marketing strategies that promote the Training Post of the Year award and the NTGPE training program more generally.

Open: Feb 1 2017
Close: July 10 2017