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Ada Wilmadda Parry Aboriginal Health Scholarship - 2021

Purpose

Ada Wilmadda Parry was one of the first Cultural Educators at NTGPE. Ada advocates the importance of cultural training for general practitioners who work in the Northern Territory and is motivated to ensure Indigenous families don’t have to struggle to be understood culturally and linguistically by medical practitioners.

The Ada Wilmadda Parry Aboriginal Health Scholarship provides $5,000 for up to two GP registrars training with NTGPE who demonstrate a strong interest in improving Indigenous health and improving cultural and linguistic understanding between Aboriginal patients and general practitioners. This is a self-nominated award.

Eligibility criteria
  • Applicant must be enrolled in the NTGPE training program at time of application.
  • Demonstrated consistent professional behaviour and commitment to training in Northern Territory and Aboriginal health (in all aspects of education and training).
Payment
$5,000 one-off payment per GP registrar recipient.

Application dates
Applications open: 8am, 1 June, 2021
Applications close: 4pm, 25 June, 2021

COVID-19 Information
NTGPE will host the 2021 Awards and Fellowship Ceremony in Darwin on Friday, 15 October 2021. Scholarship and award recipients are invited to attend the ceremony to accept their award (expenses paid). NTGPE will consult with the event venue and ensure all regulations and health and safety measures are in place at this event. NTGPE continues to closely monitor advice given by the NT and Australian Government Departments of Health and will notify invited guests if the event is cancelled due to government restrictions or border closures. We encourage you to continue to check the NT Government website for the latest information and regulations relating to COVID-19.