14 July 2017
The Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA) HealthFusion Team Challenge (HFTC) is a fun and interactive learning experience for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students designed to educate the nation’s next generation of health care professionals in collaborative client care.
The 2017 IAHA HealthFusion Team Challenge to be held 24-29 November 2017 in Perth in conjunction with the 2017 IAHA National Conference. USC are offering scholarships for up to six Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health students to participate in the HealthFusion Team Challenge and National Conference.
It’s a great opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students to get involved.
Participating in the IAHA HFTC provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students with opportunities to experience working in an interprofessional team to solve problems and determine the best care for a person with complex care needs.
Who can apply?
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health students in their second year or above of study are eligible to apply. Applications close on the 4th August.
How to apply
First, you must be (or become) a full or associate member of IAHA (membership is free – click here to join).
Then, visit the HealthFusion Team Challenge webpage and click the ‘Apply Now!’ button. When completing your application select the IAHA PD Scholarship option.
Need some assistance?
If you have any questions or would like some assistance submitting your application please contact Tracy Hardy on email@example.com. Tracy is a USC student, Board Director (Student) for Indigenous Allied Health Australia (IAHA), co-chair for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student Leadership Committee and a member of the USC Student Representative Council.