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Scholarship to attend 14th BBRC Conference Perth WA

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  • 10 April

    Do you work in health promotion/public health in Western Australia?

    Healthway and the Cancer Council WA are offering a number of scholarships availalbe to attend the 13th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control (BRCC) Conference in Perth from 15 to 17 May 2019.

    The conference program includes 4 internationally acclaimed keynote speakers and more than 130 abstracts covering: cancer prevention, screening & early diagnosis, psychosocial outcomes, supportive and practical care, priority populations, lifestyle behaviours and interventions, and policy and advocacy. Further information on the speakers and conference program is available here:

    Who is eligible?

    Applications are open to those in the field of public health / health promotion.

    - Priority applicants include, but are not restricted to:

    - Practitioners working in regional and remote Western Australia

    - Those working with Aboriginal people

    - Those working with high needs populations

    - People in the not for profit sector.

    Cancer Council WA may limit funding where multiple applications are received from one organisation.

    All applications must be submitted on the application form available on the 14th Behavioural Research in Cancer Control (BRCC) Conference 2019 website:

    Applications must be received via email by Monday 22 April 2019 to:


    Kind Regards

    Michelle Elwell
    Senior Research Officer
    Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet