Graduate Certificate in Health Research
Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership and Management
Staff employed in Allied Health, and Nursing and Midwifery positions in the ACT Health Directorate, Canberra Health Services or Calvary Public Hospital Bruce, have a wonderful opportunity made possible by the University of Canberra. This program is facilitated by the ACT Health Directorate, Office of Professional Leadership and Education in partnership with University of Canberra.
The University of Canberra scholarship offers a generous contribution towards the Graduate Certificate in Health Research or the Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership and Management. (Eligibility and selection criteria apply)
The University of Canberra Graduate Certificate in Health Research supports clinician’s transition to health science research. The course explores subjects including epidemiology, how to perform statistical analyses, and the qualitative and quantitative practices of the research process.
The University of Canberra Graduate Certificate in Health Leadership and Management explores leadership and management with specific respect to health. The course explores subjects including growing as a leader, resource allocation and priority setting, workforce management, and strategy, innovation and change.
The University of Canberra scholarship provides 50% of course fees for the program of study. Additional costs incurred (e.g. remainder of course fees, amenities fees etc) are payable by the student. ACT Health Directorate and Canberra Health Services applicants must complete the ACT Public Service Studies Assistance Application Form for Approval as a student and may be eligible for work area supported Study Leave. Applicants from Calvary Public Hospital Bruce should discuss study support options available with their supervisor.
Availability of this scheme is not guaranteed each year. When offered, a limited number of places are available and successful recipients are selected by a panel.
Scholarship applications for 2021 open Monday 19 October and close Friday 13 November 2020 and should be made using the online application form.
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