Writing for Grant Applications Workshop Recording

Writing for Grant Application Workshop Recording

Recorded at the 12 Nation Rural Health Conference

Adelaide Convention Centre

South Australia, 7-10 April 2013.

Facilitator: Professor Adrian Schoo

Adrian Schoo is Professor in Rural Allied Health Education at the Medical School of Flinders University. He is research active, reviews papers and grant applications, and has been involved in obtaining almost $3 million in external grants. Adrian has written more than 70 publications and his work informs policymakers and other decision makers, as well as educators and health professionals. Research interests include continuing education, allied health workforce development and health service enhancement, particularly in the area of chronic (musculoskeletal) disease. Current interests include simulation in clinical education and continuing professional development.

Facilitator: Associate Professor Robyn Aitken

Associate Professor Robyn Aitken is the Academic Leader Remote Health Education with the Centre for Remote
Health, a UDRH and joint Centre of Charles Darwin University and Flinders University. Robyn has achieved significant success in securing grant monies, being instrumental in attracting over $3 million for education and infrastructure projects over the last two years. In addition to grant writing experience, Robyn also has experience assessing grant applications. She brings to this workshop her most recent experience as the chair of the NRHA administered Rural Health Continuing Education 2 (RHCE2) grants panel. 

Access the video recording and attachments

Please access the writing grant applications video recording here

Supporting documents related to the video recording can be accessed by clicking on the paper clip icon located at the bottom right of the player.