Health Promotion Research Grants

Applicants are encouraged to read the Health Promotion Research Grants Overview.

Research Annual and Final Reports Guidelines.


Health Promotion Research Project Grants

This research scheme is now closed, and will open in November 2015. The outcomes of applications currently under consideration will be announced in October 2015.


Health Promotion Research Starter Grants

This research scheme is now closed, and will open in November 2015. The outcomes of applications currently under consideration will be announced in June 2015


Health Promotion Development Program – Visiting Fellow

The 2015 Healthway Visiting Fellowship Round is currently open, closing on 31st July 2015 at 5pm.
Expressions of interest are invited from NGOs, Not-for-Profit organisations, and Institutions wishing to invite a leading expert in health promotion research or practice to Western Australia for a period of up to three (3) months to work with local health promotion groups in 2015. The primary focus of the visit should be for the Fellow to work closely with several key health promotion teams as well as presenting seminars and/or workshops for the broader Health Promotion community in WA. Collaborative applications representing partnerships of research and practice/policy-based organisations are particularly encouraged. The aim of the program is to increase the skills in evidence-based in health promotion in Western Australia.
Applications close at 5pm on 31st July 2015.”

No late applications will be accepted.


Aboriginal Research Training Scholarship

The 2015 Aboriginal Research Training Scholarship round is now open.
Research Training Scholarships are being offered to assist Aboriginal students to obtain formal academic training in health promotion research areas through an approved tertiary institution. The course of study is required to be at a post-graduate level, and may comprise course work with a research component, or research alone. Applicants from a broad range of health-related disciplines are encouraged to apply. The applicant should be working towards a post-graduate degree in a field directly relevant to health promotion.
Applications close at 5pm on 31 July 2015

No late applications will be accepted.


Health Promotion Research Training Scholarships

The 2015 Healthway Research and Training Scholarship round is now open.
Research Training Scholarships are being offered to assist graduates obtain formal academic training in health promotion research areas through an approved tertiary institution. The course of study which may be at a Masters or PhD level, may comprise course work with a research component, or research alone. Applicants from a broad range of health-related disciplines are encouraged to apply. The applicant should be working towards a post-graduate degree in a field directly relevant to health promotion.
Applications close at 5pm on 31 July 2015.

No late applications will be accepted.


Health Promotion Research Fellowship

The 2015 Healthway Health Promotion Research Fellowship round is now open.
Applicants from a broad range of health-related disciplines are encouraged to apply.
While Healthway encourages research into general areas of health promotion, education and prevention, it has set priorities for research in specific areas, and views young people and other population sub-groups where inequalities in health status exist, as key target groups. The applicant’s area of research should fall within these priority areas.
Approximately one (1) Research Fellowship will be awarded each year. The purpose of the Fellowship is to increase the number of trained people in Western Australia working in health promotion and illness prevention research. (Fellowships will not be awarded to applicants undertaking investigations or treatment of symptomatic disease.)
A Fellowship will only be awarded if the proposed study is of significant importance and is directly relevant to health promotion in Western Australia.
Applications close at 5pm on 31 July 2015.

No late applications will be accepted.

Last modified: 2015-05-15