Apply for a Research grant
Important dates for new 2020 Research Program. Please check the Healthway website regularly as dates may be subject to change.
|Expressions of Interest (EoI’s) for Round 1 close||31 January 2020|
|Announcement of successful EoI’s and invitation to submit full application||13 March 2020|
|Research Fellowship applications open||28 February 2020|
|Full applications due for Exploratory and Intervention grants||24 April 2020|
|Research Fellowship applications close||29 May 2020|
|Announcement of successful applications for Exploratory and Intervention grants||by 30 September 2020|
|Announcement of successful Research Fellowship||by 30 November 2020|
A two-stage application process is in place for Healthway’s Intervention and Exploratory Research grants:
- Stage 1 is submission of an Expression of Interest (EoI).
- Stage 2 is an invited full application.
Research Training Scholarships and Research Fellowship applicants are required to submit a full application.
All applicants are encouraged to read the guidelines and application forms carefully when completing their applications.
All applicants must also focus on at least one of Healthway’s strategic priorities; increasing healthy eating, increasing physical activity, improving mental health, preventing harm from alcohol, creating a smoke-free WA and Aboriginal health.
Applications in other areas of health promotion will not be considered.
Application guidelines and forms
Intervention Research Grants: 2020 Targeted Round – Aboriginal health
Expressions of Interest (EoI’s) for the 2020 Targeted Intervention Research Grants – Aboriginal health are now closed.
Exploratory Research Grants: 2020 Targeted Round – Aboriginal health
Expressions of Interest (EoI’s) for the 2020 Targeted Exploratory Research Grants – Aboriginal health are now closed.
- 2020 Research Fellowship Guidelines
- 2020 Research Fellowship Application Form
- 2020 Research Fellowship Referee Report Form
Research Training Scholarships
- 2019 Research Scholarship Guidelines Scholarship Guidelines
Aboriginal Research Training Scholarships
Contact our Health Promotion team who will provide support and advise you on how to apply, and connect you with others who may be able to assist you.