The aims of the Fellowship are to:
Travelling Fellowships are offered at a maximum of $3,000 for a study trip of not less than 2 weeks duration. The funds are available to cover costs of travel to and from the host institution and to contribute towards accommodation costs. Travel must be completed before the end of 2019.
Applications close 31 January 2019
Applications must be typewritten in black. Minimum font size 11 point.
Applications should be submitted to the Secretary of the AAAPC by 31 January 2019.
Applications will be short-listed and reviewed.
Applications must include:
Initially applications will be short listed by the Secretary based on criteria relating to eligibility and purpose of trip.
Short-listed applications will be peer-reviewed by three members of the AAAPC Executive Committee. Applications will be compared on the basis of the purpose of the trip, the track record of the applicant, the applicant's demonstrated commitment to academic primary care and their future potential.
The Secretary will inform the applicants in writing of the outcome of the review process by late February 2019.
|2018|| Dr Xiaoping Lin|| Monash University|
|2017|| Prof Meredith Temple-Smith|| University of Melbourne|
|2016|| Dr Jennifer Walker|| University of Melbourne|
|2015|| Dr Joel Rhee|| University of New South Wales|
|2014|| Dr Irene Blackberry|| La Trobe University|
|2012|| Prof Parker Magin|| University of Newcastle|
|2011|| Dr Phyllis Lau|| University of Melbourne|
|2010|| Dr Caroline Laurence|| University of Adelaide|
|2009|| Dr Julia Walters|| University of Tasmania|
|2008|| Dr Joel Rhee|| University of New South Wales|
|2007|| Ms Deb Askew|| University of Queensland|
|2006|| Ms Petya Fitzpatrick|| Australian National University|
|2005|| Dr John Furler|| University of Melbourne|
|2004|| Dr Clare McGuiness|| Australian National University|
|2002|| Ms Helen Tolhurst|
Ms Donna Southern
| University of Newcastle|
|2001|| Ms Patty Chondros|
Ms Amanda Barnard
| University of Melbourne|
Australian National University
|2000|| Dr Marie Pirotta|| University of Melbourne|