Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
The Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine through the RACP Foundation offer several awards to trainees and Fellows of the Faculty to support the advancement of research and education.
Research Awards and Scholarships
The application forms for these awards can be found within the listed Award Categories.
Applications for 2019 open Monday 21 May 2018.
Applications close 11:59pm AEST, Monday 28 May.
Applications open Friday 8 June 2018.
Applications are open from 1 October to 30 November 2018.
Faculty Awards and Prizes
Applications are now closed.
The College Terms & Conditions (Prizes) (PDF 62KB) apply to the following awards and prizes. Please ensure you read them carefully.
These awards formally recognise the outstanding contributions made by Fellows and trainees to The Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (AFOEM) and offered in each of the following categories annually:
- Education, Training and Assessment - Fellows who have contributed significantly to the Faculty's Education, Training and Assessment programs.
- Policy and Advocacy - Fellows or trainees who have contributed to the Faculty's Policy and Advocacy.
- Trainee Commitment Award - Trainees who have shown an outstanding commitment to the Faculty's Education and Training Program.
The Deane Southgate Award is awarded to the Trainee with the highest aggregate mark for the Written and Practical examinations. The trainee must undertake both the Stage B written and Stage B Practical examinations in the same year. A plaque is presented to the recipient at the RACP Congress
The Ramazzini Prize is presented annually to the trainee who presents the best scientific paper at the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). It is a requirement that a trainee must present a paper for the Ramazzini prize at the ASM at least once during their training period to attain Fellowship. This enables trainees to demonstrate their research methods and communication competencies.
This is awarded for the best essay written additional to curriculum requirements, or the best research project or assignment required, either obligatory or optionally, in the assessment of courses in occupational or environmental health by a medical student. Further details about how to apply will be available late July.