Championing Change

Applications are NOW OPEN for the 2019-2020 ‘Championing Change’ Innovation Practice Nurse Grants

Proudly supported by Seqirus

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 5 pm AEST on Friday 31st May 2019
                                

As part of their ongoing commitment to public health and protecting adults from vaccine-preventable diseases, Seqirus Australia is proud to announce the 2019-2020 ‘Championing Change’ Innovation Practice Nurse Grants.

The innovation grants recognise and support practice and immunisation clinic nurses’ contributions to public health by supporting the implementation of innovative adult immunisation initiatives designed to boost coverage rates or improve the quality use of adult vaccines.

Three (3) innovation grants to the value of $5,000 each, commemorative certificates and sponsorship to attend the 2020 Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) National Conference, including travel, accommodation and registration, will be provided to 3 successful grant recipients, selected by the independent expert review panel.

If you are a nurse working in a GP practice or immunisation clinic setting who drives, or supports patient awareness, timely uptake of, and/or compliance with adult vaccines listed on the National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule or any State-funded adult vaccination programs, you are eligible to apply.

To learn more about the ‘Championing Change’ Innovation Practice Nurse Grants, including the specific criteria and terms and conditions, head to www.communityimmunity.com.au/championing-change

TO APPLY, SIMPLY:

  1. Register with the Community Immunity website – www.communityimmunity.com.au
  2. Upload your application to the site by 5 pm AEST on Friday 31st May 2019.

Seqirus (Australia) Pty Ltd. ABN 66 120 398 067, 63 Poplar Road Parkville, Victoria 3052. www.seqirus.com.au.  Medical Information: 1800 642 865.
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