Queensland Medical Women’s Society Bursary
About This Bursary
Queensland Medical Women’s Society (QMWS) was founded in 1929 with the aim to further the professional development of Medical Women by education, research and improvement of professional opportunities. In this, its 91st year, QMWS continues to promote the health and welfare of all Australians, particularly women and children.
QMWS strongly supports professional development, including participating in international conferences, networking with both medical and women’s groups, and mentoring opportunities to further members’ aspirations in the medical field. The bursary is intended to support its recipient to attend, present or participate Medical Women’s event or AMA Conference on a topic relevant to medical women, women’s health issues, social issues relevant to women’s health or leadership by women.
Suggested meetings / conferences are listed below, and include events associated nationally with the Australian Federation of Medical Women (AFMW) and globally, with Medical Women’s International Society (either the global triennial, or regional meeting).
The value of the bursary is $1,000.
Examples of conferences and meetings that may be relevant (but not exclusive to) include:
- Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association (AIDA) Conference, annually
- Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education (LIME) Biannual Connection meetings (next 2021)
- Australian Federation of Medical Women Face to Face meeting, annually, November
- Commission on the Status of Women, New York as AFMW Delegate, annually in February
- MWIA Triennial Conference, next 2022
- MWIA Regional Conference e.g. Western Pacific
- WHO World Health Assembly, Geneva, annually in May
- Australian Medical Students Association (AMSA) National Convention, annually
- Professional development workshops, for example, for Leadership in the Medical Workforce
APPLICATIONS NOW CLOSED
- Monday 12 April 2021 – Applications open.
- Wednesday 2 June 2021 – Applications close. Applications submitted or post-marked after that date will not be considered. APPLICATIONS CLOSED.
- Monday 12 July 2021 – All applicants will be advised of the selection panel’s decision after 12 July 2021. Please note that no correspondence will be entered into for feedback to unsuccessful applicants.
- Tuesday 3 August 2021 (confirmed) – The Presentation of the bursaries in Brisbane – see here for updates.
- There are two key steps to apply for this bursary: Step 1 – Check Eligibility and Step 2 – Submit An Application.
- To be eligible to apply for this bursary, you must meet each of the specified Eligibility Criteria and be able to address the Selection criteria (as listed in Step 1 below).
- The Selection Criteria is used to assess your application.
- In Step 2 of the process, you will be provided with helpful hints to complete your application. Preparation is key.
- You are invited to Start Step 1 – Check Eligibility
- Please note: We understand that it may not be possible to submit your application using our online Bursary Application process. In special circumstances, we do offer a hard copy / printed version of the application for you to submit. Please contact our Bursaries Program Manager, Kathy Cavanagh Ph: 0407 117 378 or Email: email@example.com to discuss your options.
- The details which you provide in the application are held in strict confidence and are accessed only by the Bursary Selection Panel members of the National Council of Women of Queensland Inc (“NCWQ”) Bursary Program. Information contained in the application is to only be used for the purpose of administration of the NCWQ Bursary Program. The information will not be disclosed to any third party without prior written permission from the Applicant.
STEP 1 - Check Your Eligibility
To proceed to the Application Form for this bursary, you must meet each of the following Eligibility and Selection Criteria. Please confirm the following:
Have questions about the 2021 Bursary Program?
We welcome enquiries from potential bursary partners and bursary applicants. Please contact the NCWQ Bursary Program Manager, Kathy Cavanagh.