Does your organisation have an opportunity to share with AIDA? Please fill in the form at the bottom of this page.
This page has the latest opportunities available to members such as scholarships, work posts and EOIs. Here is a summary of what is currently available:
‘It’s a Mob Thing’ health music festival – 4 November
RANZCO Scholarships – deadline 27 September
Emerging Minds 2023 Survey is open – deadline 15 November
Leadership Development Scholarships – deadline 24 November
Ahpra Consultation Open
Job Posts: Chair and Lead for the Continuity of Care Protocol Project
The roles of Chair and Lead are currently being advertised for the Testing Phase (June 2023 – July 2024) of the Continuity of Care Protocol (CCP) Project, which is an exciting partnership between AIDA and the South Australian Health Service.
CCP aims to explore the Continuity of Care for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal mothers of Aboriginal babies and children aged 0-4 years across the SA Health System. Ideally, applicants for the following roles will have experience in Child and Maternal Health.
Chair, CCP Program Continuity of Care Protocol Committee
The Chair will preferably be a Senior Doctor who has extensive experience within Child and Maternal Health and ideally, experience being either a member or Chair of a health committee.
The primary role of the Chair will be to lead the direction of the CCP Working Group and use their cultural medico-expertise to contribute to and guide the group. Full Secretariat support will be provided.
The Continuity of Care Protocols working group aims to determine the forms in which the Provisional CCPs are operationalised, tested and implemented within SA Health services.
Lead, CCP Program Workforce Working Group
The Lead shall be a representative at the Program Workforce Working Group Committee. Ideally, the Lead will have experience within Child and Maternal Health. The primary role of the Lead is to provide subject matter expertise, and pertaining to strengthening the existing Aboriginal workforce within health services.
All meetings for Chair and Lead roles are scheduled on a monthly basis online lasting 1.5 hours per meeting. A generous remuneration will be provided to the Chair and Lead for each meeting. In total 10 meetings will be scheduled for attendance between October 2023 – July 2024.
‘It’s a Mob Thing’ health music festival
‘It’s a Mob Thing’ is an innovative festival that combines health promotion, workshops and an all First Nations music line up. The next health music festival is happening in Geelong (VIC) on 4 November – the event is organised by AIDA member Dr Ngaree Blow.
The festival’s purpose is to showcase First Nations strength and improve health equity through education, with a focus on preventative medicine.
Last year AIDA doctors and med students came along and spoke to community about careers in medicine and were great role models for the community to see! We are currently running off a relatively small budget that VACCHO supported us in obtaining and are looking for other sponsorship as well.
Tune into ‘It’s a Mob Thing’ socials for the latest updates.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), in conjunction with the Trevelyan-Smith Scholarship Fund, is offering up to:
· Two scholarships of AUD $2,000 each for medical students (graduate/undergraduate) or junior doctors (PGY 1,2,3) who identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, and
· Two scholarships of AUD $2,000 each for medical students (graduate/undergraduate) or junior doctors (PGY 1,2,3) who identify as Māori or Pasifika.
Applicants should have an interest in pursuing a career in ophthalmology.
The Scholarships are intended to cover the costs of undertaking ophthalmology surgical or clinical related education, professional development, training and/or research in Australia or New Zealand that will result in the acquisition of new knowledge or skills which will strengthen or enrich their career portfolios.
Closing date for applications is Wednesday 27 September 2023.
Emerging Minds 2023 Survey is open
Take the 2023 National Workforce Survey for Child, Parent and Family Mental Health and help shape child mental health planning and policy.
This survey seeks to understand the current awareness and practice challenges facing professionals in supporting children’s mental health during their everyday practice.
You do not need to work with children or have a focus on mental health to participate. The survey is anonymous and takes about 20 mins to complete.
The survey closes on 15 November 2023.
Leadership Development Scholarships
Women & Leadership Australia has announced new scholarships to enable more women to access world-class leadership and workplace skill development programs.
By combining cutting-edge leadership theory with practical application, and a flexible part-time delivery, Women & Leadership Australia offers an unparalleled learning experience designed to fit into your busy schedule.
With partial scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000, there are four programs to suit women in non-leadership roles all the way up to senior executives.Don’t miss this incredible opportunity!
Learn more and apply now.
Applications close Friday 24 November 2023. Limited places available.
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