Latest news: 6 February 2017
Applications are now open for the Hospital Alliance for Research Collaboration (HARC) 2017 scholarships, which give employees from the five HARC partner agencies the opportunity to develop their skills as future health leaders.
HARC is a collaboration between the Sax Institute, the Clinical Excellence Commission, the Agency for Clinical Innovation, the Cancer Institute NSW and the Bureau of Health Information, which aims to build capacity within the health system in NSW to close evidence practice gaps by fostering the use of research evidence in programs and policies.
The Collaboration’s focus for 2016-17 is to better understand the role of clinical leadership in effecting change in the health system to address unwarranted clinical variation.
Under the guidance of a nominated local mentor, HARC Scholars will investigate an issue of importance to their agency. The 2017 scholars can choose to focus on closing evidence practice gaps, or on the role of clinical leadership in addressing unwarranted clinical variation.
Each scholarship will provide funding of up to $10,000 to fund the scholar’s visit to a nominated national or international agency with expertise in their chosen field.
The Scholarship Program aims to develop future leaders who:
- Are skilled in using research in policy and program development
- Work to close evidence practice gaps in NSW
- Are connected to national and international experts in health services research.
An information session for people who are considering applying will be held on Wednesday 15 February 2017 from 9:00-10:00am at the Sax Institute, Level 12, 235 Jones St Ultimo.
Applications close on Monday 13 March 2017.
Find out more
- To register for the information session, email email@example.com or telephone Donna Davenport on 02 9188 9547
- For enquiries about the Scholarship program please contact Cathy Kellick on firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9188 9546
- Read more about the HARC Scholarship program and the work of previous scholars