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The Quarterly 2011


Call for Applications

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia's leading funding body for health and medical research, is offering TRIP Fellowships (commencing 2012) for future leaders in the uptake of evidence into clinical practice. It is clear that the greatest benefits Australians gain from health and medical research are realised when knowledge, gained from research, is successfully translated into improved health care.

The NHMRC is also partnering with other health organisations including beyondblue, Cancer Australia, the National Centre for Gynaecological Cancers, Heart Foundation, Multiple Sclerosis Research Australia, The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists, Organ and Tissue Authority, and Western Australian Department of Health to provide Partnership TRIP Fellowships.

The two-year half-time TRIP Fellowships are available to early career clinical leaders who have completed professional training in a health discipline, including medical practitioners, nurses, allied health professionals and paramedics. The successful candidates will undertake an implementation research project and will have access to training, mentoring and support to become a leader in evidence uptake.

Applications close on Thursday the 24th of March 2011.

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