Pathway Incentives - Northern Territory
Discover the remote nursing and midwifery career pathways and incentives available in the Northern Territory to support your work in remote health.
High School to Health Careers Program
Read more about this NTPHN program.
Placement Support (Flinders University)
Flinders University provides support and assistance to students undergoing Nursing and Allied Health Professional Experience Placements and Remote Health Practice Placements in Central Australia. Support is also provided for universities and clinical supervisors.
Students from any university and any health-related course are welcome to access their services. Student placement opportunities exist in hospitals, health clinics in remote communities and private and public health departments. Read about how they can help.
Student Networking and Inter Professional Sessions (Flinders University)
The Centre for Remote Health hosts regular Student Networking and Inter-Professional Sessions (SNIPS) for students and other interested professionals from all health related disciplines.
Student Remote Travel and Accommodation Assistance (Flinders University)
Flinders University also offers assistance and support for student placements through accommodation and transport. Find out more.
The Carmel Baulderstone Memorial Scholarship (Flinders University)
This scholarship provides assistance to undergraduate nursing students undertaking their Bachelor of Nursing course at Flinders Uni, who are enrolled in the second or third year of the course to undertake a Professional Experience Placement at a College of Nursing and Health Sciences-approved clinical education facility in a rural or remote setting. Find out more here.
NT Health Graduate Nurse and Midwife Programs
Hospital-based with possible rotations to aged and community. Includes MMM 6/7. Find out more here.
Continuing Professional Development (Post-graduate Study Support)
The Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP) by NTPHN
The Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP) provides scholarships and bursaries to help health professionals in rural and remote Australia enhance and retain their skills, capacity and scope of practice. The HWSP is available to health professionals working in medical, nursing/midwifery, dental, allied health and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. Workers providing primary health care services to locations in MM 3 – 7 within private practice, non-government and not-for-profit sector are eligible to apply. Health professionals providing primary health care services in an Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS) or Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (ACCHO) can be located within a MM 1 — 7 location. Find out more.
Flinders University Student Placement Support (Across Disciplines)
Students undertaking the Remote Health Practice Postgraduate Award Courses offered through Flinders’ Alice Springs Campus are required to undertake remote placements as well as face-to-face intensives in Alice Springs. Flinders offers assistance and support for student placements through accommodation and transport. Read more.
Early Career/Career Redirect (RN/MID-EN)
Transition to Remote Area Nursing Course
This Centre for Remote Health course is for registered nurses new to remote health, considering a career move to remote area nursing or interested in remote/rural contracts. The 10-day face-to-face short course prepares registered nurses with the skills and knowledge required to become effective members of remote primary health care teams. Discover this opportunity.
CRANAplus has not been informed of any other pathway incentives or programs that exist in the Northern Territory. You may wish to browse pathway incentives in other states or those on a national level as well.
If you are an organisation running a program or initiative to support those practising or studying remote nursing and/or midwifery, let us know by emailing email@example.com.