Flinders NT has a powerful vision to work in close partnership with local communities to develop a Northern Territory health workforce that prioritises its areas of greatest need.
To see this vision come to life, Professor Jonathan Craig, Vice President and Executive Dean of Flinders University’s College of Medicine and Public Health, has established the
Flinders NT Health Scholarship supporting two students per year with $5,000 each.
The scholarship aims to reduce inequity for Flinders NT students, allowing them to achieve their studies to the best of their abilities - without the burden of financial pressures.
“It has been such a privilege to work with so many wonderful students who are motivated by the desire to make a difference to the health of our community, through the transformative power of research and education,” says Professor Craig.
“It is my vision that Flinders NT provides an example of evidence-based, culturally safe community care that sets an example for the rest of Australia.”
Demonstrating a commitment to the University's Reconciliation Action Plan, one scholarship per year will be awarded to an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student.
Flinders NT Paramedicine students
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