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Rural Junior Doctor Training Innovation Fund
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This is an opportunity to apply for funding for rural based junior doctors to access an accredited intern rotation in a rural primary care setting. This opportunity builds on rural training networks funded by the states and territories, will develop rural training capacity and will strengthen rural training pathways.
Accredited intern rotations must be undertaken in primary care settings in Australian Statistical Geography Standard - Remoteness Areas (ASGS-RA) 2 to 5.
The RJDTIF will foster the development of innovative rural junior doctor training within the larger rural training networks for interns, established within state and territory health systems through supporting at least 60 full-time equivalent (FTE) places annually, comprising around 240 accredited intern rotations annually into primary care settings.
The details of eligibility are listed at Section 4 of the Grant Guidelines
Funding will commence in 2018 and cease 30 June 2020.
Email your completed application and Attachment 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org by 2pm AEST, 4 May2017.
Please include 'Rural Junior Doctor Training Innovation Fund' and 'H1617G021'in your email title.
Note last questions close 2pm AEST, 27 April 2017. Include 'Rural Junior Doctor Training Innovation Fund' and 'H1617G021'in your email title.
Ensure your application meets the eligibility criteria and addresses the selection criteria.