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Bill Raby diabetes fellowship

 

Overview

The aim of the Bill Raby diabetes fellowship is to provide financial support to health professionals, to enable them to further their continuing professional development (CPD) in the field of diabetes.

There are no prescribed activities for the award of a Bill Raby diabetes fellowship. Applications will be assessed on their merit, with the primary determinant being the benefit to people with diabetes in the NT (including cross-border populations).

The Fellowship is open to all levels of qualified health professionals (both private and public sector), including medical officers, registered nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers and other allied health professionals. Applicants must be current practising health professionals.

Fellowships are available to provide financial support towards the cost of attending diabetes related CPD activities, and are available for activities both within Australia and overseas.

Applications are called from 1 July each year and should be submitted no later than 31 May and/or 30 November respectively to be considered in the current funding round.

The Bill Raby diabetes fellowship is auspiced by the Diabetes Association of the NT Inc., trading as Healthy Living NT. An independent Board of Governors appointed by, and reporting to, the Healthy Living NT Board oversees the operations and advises on the strategic directions of the Fellowship.

Contacts

The Bill Raby Diabetes Fellowship
Chief Executive Officer
Healthy Living NT
Shop 1 and 2, Tiwi Place (Tiwi Shopping Centre)
Tiwi NT 0810
PO Box 40113
Casuarina NT 0811
Ph: (08) 8927 8488
Fax: (08) 8927 8515
Email:ceo@healthylivingnt.org.au

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Last updated: 7 August 2014
 
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