16 September 2021
The Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre at the University of South Australia (UniSA) is offering a $20,000 grant for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander nurse or midwife to undertake a Masters of Research on a priority topic that impacts on the student’s local community.
The student can be based anywhere in Australia and study remotely.
The Adelaide-based Rosemary Bryant AO Research Centre is a team of distinguished health researchers and the product of a partnership between UniSA, the ANMF (SA Branch) and the Rosemary Bryant Foundation. The Centre was established and funded by the ANMF (SA Branch) to strengthen the role of nursing and midwifery through the development of a research-driven, evidence-based platform of health care.
The ANMF recognises that the nursing and midwifery professions play a significant role in improving the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and that addressing health inequality is a national priority.
We believe the role of nursing and midwifery in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities should be acknowledged and supported by governments. Funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health must remain a priority and be aligned with identified needs.
People interested in the grant can find more information at the Centre’s website: https://www.unisa.edu.au/research/rbrc/
If you have any questions about the grant or application process please contact [email protected]
or call 08 8302 2129.