This new, annual scholarship is for prospective NT-based GP registrars who demonstrate a strong commitment to further specialised training in remote locations (MMM6-7) within the NT.
This scholarship is awarded annually to a GP registrar who has demonstrated:
- The importance of developing cultural competence through language, connectedness, kinship and spirit, to further support community challenges in remote health service delivery.
- A commitment to NT remote primary healthcare via training in remote communities.
This scholarship supports GP Registrars to connect with the community to develop cultural competence, understand remote health service delivery, community culture and challenges in rural and remote locations.