RACP President's Indigenous Congress Prize

Applications are closed.

Medical students, junior medical officers and RACP trainees, who identify as an Aboriginal person, Torres Strait Islander or Māori, are provided educational and networking opportunities through the RACP President’s Indigenous Congress Prize.

The Prize provides exposure to career pathways and supports an understanding of the health needs of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori peoples. Recipients also gain insight into the work RACP conducts to help ‘Close the Gap’ — achieving equitable access to health and better outcomes for Indigenous peoples.


Applicants must:

  • identify as Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander or Māori
  • be studying, researching or working in a field of medicine, medical science or medical education at an undergraduate, postgraduate or trainee level


The successful recipient receives full trainee/medical student registration, return economy domestic or trans-Tasman airfares and up to 3 nights' accommodation to attend 2022 RACP Congress.

Selection process

A selection panel comprised of RACP Fellows and invited Indigenous panellists will assess all applications.

Once the selection panel has reached a decision, the RACP Foundation will contact all applicants about the outcome of their application.

If you have any enquiries about the Prize, contact the RACP Foundation.

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