Policy and guideline
- is required to undertake the research study at the USUHS, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
- should liaise with the USUHS to determine an agreed start date
- is encouraged to enrol in a Masters or Doctorate at USUHS
- will examine “Combat Casualty Care Resuscitation Research” under the supervision of a nominated representative from USUHS
Upon their return to Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand, the recipient is required to present their research at the Military Surgery Section Free Paper Session at the next RACS Annual Scientific Congress (ASC) held each May.
Who can apply?
To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:
- be a RACS Fellows or
- SET Trainees
- who is a citizen of, and permanently residing in, Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand.
If two applicants are of equal merit, preference will be given to a serving member of the Australian Defence Force or the New Zealand Defence Force.
Specialist International Medical Graduates, International Medical Graduates who are SET Trainees and SET applicants are ineligible for this scholarship.
Your application is to include:
- your career and employment details
- an outline of your interest in Combat Casualty Care Resuscitation Research and its relevance to your role
Selection and awardingSelection
- assessment is via written application with shortlisted applicants invited to interview.
- the selection panel is comprised of members of the RACS Military Surgery Section Committee.
- a stipend and travel allowance are paid directly to the recipient at the $USD to $AUD exchange rate at the time of payment.
To applyApplication is via the Scholarships and Grants Program online platform, RACS Unlock, hosted by Survey Monkey Apply.
You may register as an applicant on RACS Unlock at any time, however applications will not display on your dashboard until the Scholarships and Grants Program application opening date. There is no need to re-register if you already have a RACS Unlock registration.
Please note: emailed applications are not accepted.
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