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Job opportunities of interest (external)

  • Australasian Journal on Ageing (AJA) applications are invited for appointment as Editor-in-Chief.
    This position will play a significant role in academic leadership on ageing issues in Australia, the region, and internationally.
    The term of appointment will be for three years, with provision for an extension up to six years. Click here for further information.

Scholarships and awards of interest (external)

The Rosemary Bryant Foundation - We have advertised previous RBF funding rounds. The 2020 funding round was under review when we last updated this page in May 2020. Updates, when available, may be found here.

Macquarie University - Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI), Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research (CHSSR) - Project - A dashboard of predictive analytics and decision support to drive care quality and person-centred outcomes in aged care: Facilitating communication between General Practitioners and aged care clients and providers

  • The Aged Care Evaluation and Research (ACER) team at AIHI is offering a domestic PhD scholarship (3 years) to contribute to an exciting new project in collaboration with project partners Anglicare, Sydney North Health Network (SNHN), Northern Sydney Local Health District, Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission and Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association.
  • The PhD scholar will work within an expert team of national aged care and health informatics collaborators as part of a 5-year National Health and Medical Research Council grant to mobilise information technology in aged care to develop and evaluate a digital dashboard of predictive analytics and decision support. This highly applied research will demonstrate how technology can deliver actionable evidence-based information into the hands of aged care clients, workers, managers and policymakers to drive better care and outcomes for older Australians.
  • The candidate will develop an original aspect of the study using quantitative, qualitative or mixed methods approaches to examine how to facilitate better data exchange and communication between general practitioners and aged care clients and staff.
    We highly encourage those with strong backgrounds in health informatics, clinical practice, or public health and health services research to get in contact to discuss this opportunity. Those from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in research are encouraged to apply.

    If you are interested and would like more information about applying for this PhD position, click here and/or contact Dr Amy Nguyen

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