APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!
Apply now for the 2022 - 2023 ‘Championing Change’
Innovation Practice Nurse Sponsorship Program
In a bid to enhance Seqirus Australia’s ongoing commitment to public health and protecting adults from vaccine-preventable diseases, Seqirus Australia is proud to announce the ‘Championing Change’ Innovation Practice Nurse Sponsorship program.
Our innovation sponsorship program recognises and supports practice nurses’ enhancement of ‘community immunity’ through the implementation of innovative adult immunisation initiatives designed to boost coverage rates, or improve the quality use of adult vaccines.
Three sponsorships to the value of $5,000 each, plus attendance at the 2023 Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) National Conference, including travel, accommodation and registration, will be provided to the successful program recipients, selected by the independent expert review panel.
HURRY, REGISTER NOW!
Closing date for applications has now been extended to 5pm AEST on Sunday 31 July 2022
KEY DATES 2022
27 May 2022
31 July 2022
SUBMISSIONS CLOSE (5PM AEST)
15 August 2022
INNOVATION SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED
15 August 2022 –
31 January 2023
NB. Innovation program recipients will be required to share the outcomes of their
initiative with Seqirus on a date to be confirmed no later than 31 March 2023
Who is eligible?
If you are a nurse working in a GP practice or immunisation clinic setting who drives or supports patient awareness, timely uptake of, and/or compliance with adult vaccines listed on the National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule and any State-funded adult programs, you are eligible to apply.
To apply, each applicant is required to submit an application outlining their planned innovative initiative which must be implemented between 15 August 2022 and 31 January 2023 and meet one or more of the grant criteria.
- Improve coverage, access and/or timely delivery of adult vaccinations as per the NIP Schedule and any State-funded programs.
- Be adaptable and able to be replicated by other immunisation clinics or GP practices in Australia.
- Support the ongoing record keeping of vaccinations on the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) in clinical practice.
- Support the quality use of adult vaccines