CANDIDATE APPLICATION

Applications

Applications are now open and will remain open on an ongoing basis. Candidates can enrol at any stage of their PhD including up to 12 months after a PhD has been awarded.

The following information is required to apply:

  • A current resume
  • A summary of academic qualifications
  • A 250 – 500 word summary of your PhD thesis
  • An outline of how your PhD will advance or influence the Health Informatics field
  • Evidence that you have been enrolled into a PhD program at an Australasian University
  • Evidence of citizenship, permanent residency or visa status
  • URL links to an article that you have published

The Fellowship Program Working Group will review and assess candidate applications.  Applicants will then be interviewed as part of the application process. You will be contacted by the Fellowship Program Manager to schedule an interview.

Candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application within 30 days. Succesful applicants will be sent a Letter of Offer that must be signed and returned to accept their place in the program.

If an unsuccessful candidate would like to appeal the decision they are required to email the President of ACHI president@achi.org within 14 business days. 

The candidate application fee is AU$250.00 but it will be waived until 2019.

Apply online:

Please submit your application using our online form.

Expression of interest

If you would like to discuss the Fellowship by Training Program in more detail, or if you would like to receive program updates please complete our Expression of Interest form. We recommend that all candidates submit an Expression of Interest form before submitting their application.

Learn more about our Fellowship Program

“There is a very real opportunity to create a Health Informatics training program that will meet the industry demands for highly trained individuals, capable of taking leadership roles in health informatics.” 

Professor Enrico Coiera (FACHI) – Director

Centre for Health Informatics, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University