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Australian Rotary Health and Alliance for the Prevention of Mental Disorders Awards for Research Excellence 2018

The ARH-APMD awards recognise excellence in research in the area of prevention of mental disorders and are intended for researchers whose work is beginning to make a significant impact, reflecting either scientific excellence or public impact (or both). There are three categories of award:

PhD candidate award

The applicant will be a PhD candidate who has published one or more peer-reviewed journal articles in the area of prevention of mental disorders. Applicants who have been awarded a PhD will also be eligible if the article was included as part of their PhD thesis. The awardee receives a certificate and $500.

Early career researcher award

The applicant will be an early career researcher working in the area of prevention of mental disorders. The applicant will be less than 5 years (as at 31st March) from the date of the letter advising that their doctoral thesis was passed, unless career disruptions exist.  Career disruptions need to be justified. The awardee receives a certificate and $1000.

Mid-career researcher award

The applicant will be a mid-career researcher working in the area of prevention of mental disorders. The applicant will be less than 10 years (as at 31st March) from the date of the letter advising that their doctoral thesis was passed, unless career disruptions exist.  Career disruptions need to be justified. The awardee receives a certificate and $1500.

Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 26th October 2018 and should be sent to admin@australianrotaryhealth.org.au. Awardees will be notified by email by 9th November and the awards will be presented at the Society for Mental Health Research Conference, which will be held in Noosa on November 28-30 2018. Download the application forms below.

 

 

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APMD AGM 2018

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Australian Rotary Health and Alliance for the Prevention of Mental Disorders Awards for Research Excellence 2016

The ARH-APMD awards recognise excellence in research in the area of prevention of mental disorders and are intended for researchers whose work is beginning to make a significant impact, reflecting either scientific excellence or public impact (or both). There are three categories of award:

PhD candidate award

The applicant will be a PhD candidate who has published one or more peer-reviewed journal articles in the area of prevention of mental disorders. Applicants who have been awarded a PhD will also be eligible if the article was included as part of their PhD thesis. The awardee receives a certificate and $500.

Early career researcher award

The applicant will be an early career researcher working in the area of prevention of mental disorders. The applicant will be less than 5 years (as at 31st March) from the date of the letter advising that their doctoral thesis was passed, unless career disruptions exist.  Career disruptions need to be justified. The awardee receives a certificate and $1000.

Mid-career researcher award

The applicant will be a mid-career researcher working in the area of prevention of mental disorders. The applicant will be less than 10 years (as at 31st March) from the date of the letter advising that their doctoral thesis was passed, unless career disruptions exist.  Career disruptions need to be justified. The awardee receives a certificate and $1500.

Applications must be received by 5pm on 15th November 2016 and should be sent to admin@australianrotaryhealth.org.au. Awardees will be notified by email by 30th November and the awards will be presented at the Society for Mental Health Research Conference, which will be held in Sydney on December 7-9 2016. Download the application forms below.

 

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