Scholarship for Anesthetists ANZCA, Australia/NewZealand
To encourage leadership in anesthesia including ICU and pain medicine in budding countries, by giving a recently competent expert with the prospect to pursue added training in Australia or New Zealand.
The program is planned to increase the recipient’s aptitude to advance anesthesia and/or pain medicine for the advantage of his or her society. The scholarship will offer an opportunity for the beneficiary to advance acquaintance, skills and attributes across the following roles: Medical specialist in anesthesia and/or pain medicine, raconteur and collaborator, administrator, Health activist, researcher and tutor, Professional.
|Organization||Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists|
|Fellowship Level||Research Grant|
Eligibility: Applicants are requisite to satisfy the following points:
- Graduate of his or her country’s specialty training program to local fellowship or master’s level.
- Age- 25-40 years.
- Citizen of a developing country.
- Should not have residency status in Australia or New Zealand.
- Request is supported by an Australian or New Zealand Specialist Anesthetist or Specialist Pain Medicine doctor.
- Meets the applicable Australian and New Zealand government immigration rules.
- Meets the eligibility criteria by the government of his/her country of citizenship.
- English language proficiency (e.g, IELTS).
- Capability to be a leader in anaesthesia and/or pain medicine in his/her self country.
- Submission of application on the appropriate form, supported by sponsorship statements and contact details of referees.
- Should be able to commence the scholarship in the calendar year for which it is offered.
- Should not hold an additional scholarship throughout the time of this scholarship.
Funding will cover:
- Return economy class airfare between home countries.
- Support for family travel may be given.
- Visa, medical insurance, registration, police check and other related expenses
- Living allowance.
- Expenses of attendance at permitted educational activities.
- Supervisor in the training hospital must be chosen to give supervision for the scholarship holder.
- Meet with his/her overseer at least every 3 months and complete an In Training evaluation form (or equivalent).
- The same shall be submitted to the Chair of the Overseas Aid Committee.
- The grant may be withdrawn if these terms are not fulfilled.