Rural Procedural Consolidation Term Grants
The Rural Generalist Program South Australia (RGPSA) invites applications for Rural Procedural Consolidation Term Grants to support rural generalist registrars and Fellowed GPs towards the consolidation of new skills development or require upskilling in an existing skill after significant time away from advanced skills practice.
Scholarships and Training Support
The RGPSA Scholarships and Training Support Grants provide rural junior doctors and Fellowed GPs with additional access to training that meet key skill needs for our regional communities.
The RGPSA Scholarship and Training Support Grants are open for those seeking to obtain
- Emergency Medicine Certificate (EMC) or Emergency Medicine Diploma (EMD) and include funding support for associated accompanying required short courses (ALS2, APLS, ETM). These may be funded in isolation of the EMC or EMD but must be for the trainee obtaining the EMC or EMD.
- Certificate in Women’s Health, DRANZCOG and DRANZCOG Adv.
- Other training courses that support emergency medicine, O&G may be considered on a case by case base and subject to funding availability
In 2022 Dr Emma Wang applied for and received a RGPSA Scholarship assisting her to undertake her Emergency Management Diploma. In the below article she tells us about her experience.
Scholarships and Training Support Grants may cover multiple activities and should be applied for before the commencement of the training activity. Please ensure time for applications to be processed prior to training commencing. Retrospective applications will not be considered.
See Scholarship Guidelines for details and eligibility criteria.
Please read grant guidelines carefully and complete the application form.
Applications open in June 2022 on an ongoing basis or until all funding is allocated. Each application will be assessed on a case by case basis against the assessment criteria as outlined in the grant guidelines. Approval is subject to funding availability with limited grants available.
How to submit
Submit completed applications to: health.SARuralGeneralistTraining@sa.gov.au