Health and Medical Research Unit - Clinical Academic Fellowships
The Clinical Academic Fellowships provide funding of up to $75,000 per annum for five years towards the salary of a new clinical academic position.
The fellowships are designed to increase collaboration between Queensland Government health care facilities and Queensland universities by jointly creating a new position for a clinical academic.
Health and Medical Research Unit would like to congratulate the following hospitals and universities on securing funding for a new position from the Clinical Academic Fellowship program. (PDF version).
|Queensland Health facility||University||Brief description|
|Principal Fellow, Medical Radiation Science and Sonography|
|Mackay Base Hospital||CQUniversity Australia|
This position will focus on ensuring that patients are receiving radiation treatments safely, resulting in better patient outcomes and cost savings.
This position will provide a clinical role, undertake research and provide education and mentoring to Medical Radiation Science and Sonography staff and students.
|Academic Thoracic Physician for Lung Cancer|
|The Prince Charles Hospital||University of Queensland|
This position will provide long and short term clinical care to lung cancer patients at The Prince Charles Hospital.
It will also involve undertaking state of the art research into lung cancer diagnosis and management, and provide training and mentorship to junior clinicians.
|Midwifery Clinical Academic Fellow|
|Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital||University of Queensland||This position will undertake research into midwifery, pre-conception and early pregnancy care. It will also contribute to clinical services at the RBWH, the UQCCR pre-conception clinic, and facilitate the translation of research findings into clinical practice.|
|Nursing and Midwifery Office of Queensland/OHMR - Senior Research Academic Fellow, Maternal and Child Health|
|Nambour General Hospital||University of the Sunshine Coast|
This position is a co-funded position between OHMR and the Nursing and Midwifery Office of Queensland.
This position will facilitate research development and advanced contemporary practice in maternal and child health services within the Sunshine Coast Area.