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2013 PHC Research Conference: Delegate sponsorship

Allies for better primary health care

Applications for delegate sponsorship are now closed

Successful applicants will notified by Monday 14 May 2013.

Sponsorship for delegates within Australia

Sponsorship may be granted to delegates residing in Australia who would not normally be able to attend the Conference because of funding difficulties. This sponsorship may cover travel, accommodation and/or Conference registration - part and full sponsorship packages are available.

Sponsorship is open to all prospective delegates who are at a disadvantage financially, however, as there is limited funding available under this program, the following groups will be considered to have the stronger claim:

  • Researchers who have submitted an abstract that is relevant to the Conference theme, which has not previously been publicly presented
  • Consumers with an involvement in primary health care research
  • PHC and allied health researchers from rural and/or remote areas, for whom the cost of travel to the Conference is prohibitive
  • Individuals who have received or are receiving research training and support through the PHCRED Strategy and
  • Representatives from targeted primary health care related organisations/bodies.



Before seeking sponsorship here please contact your organisation for possible sponsorship. We cannot provide you with sponsorship more than twice unless there are exceptional circumstances.


The closing date for applications is Friday 26 April 2013!

Enquiries regarding sponsorship and applications should be directed to:
Fiona Hawkins
Conference Coordinator, PHCRIS

Key dates

22 February 2013
Closing date for abstracts

23 April 2013
Notification of acceptance of abstracts

26 April 2013
Sponsored delegate applications close

17 May 2013
Early bird registration closes

10-12 July 2013
PHC Research Conference

2013 PHC Research Conference

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Major sponsors

Cancer Institute NSW

Health Workforce Australia