Preventive Health Research Fellowship Program9 January 2013
The Australian National Preventive Health Agency invited talented researchers, in either research career positions or preventive health systems positions, to apply for its Preventive Health Research Fellowships due to commence by June 2013.
The purpose of the Preventive Health Research Fellowship Program is to enable preventive health knowledge development and exchange between researchers and policy/program officers to the benefit of both parties. The Program will directly provide for development and translation of evidence related to the Agency’s work program and wider national preventive health program development.
Please note: Submissions have now closed.
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in Medicare Locals Program Grants8 November 2012
The Australian National Preventive Health Agency invited Medicare Locals to apply for grants to help stimulate high quality preventive health activity in local communities.
The Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in Medicare Locals Program grants will help embed an evidence-based focus on prevention early in the establishment of Medicare Locals.
The successful Medicare Locals have now been announced. Details of the initiatives can been found here.
Preventive Health Research Grants Program 2011 - 20126 March 2012
The successful applicants in the Preventive Health Research Grant Program 2011-12 have been announced.
Details of the 16 projects, their areas of inquiry and their Chief Investigator A can be found here.
Congratulations to all successful applicants.
National Binge Drinking Strategy Community Level Initiative (CLI) Third Grants Round10 Feb 2012
The successful applicants in the third round of CLI grants have been announced.
Details on the 26 organisations and their respective projects designed to reduce risky drinking by young people can be found here
Congratulations to all successful applicants in this round.
Further grants informationThe Commonwealth grant guidelines (CGGs) establish the Australian Government’s policy framework for grants administration. Under the CGGs, ANPHA is required to publish information on its website about individual grants no later than seven working days after the funding agreement for the grant takes effect.
Further information and guidance about Australian Government policies and principles for grants administration, and reporting requirements are available on the Department of Finance and Deregulation website – www.finance.gov.au .
You will be redirected to the Department of Health and Ageing’s tenders and grants page when accessing information about individual ANPHA grants. All correspondence and inquiries will be responded to by ANPHA staff.
ANPHA procurement and funding complaints handling policy outlines ANPHA's funding complaints handling procedures.
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