2019 Rangahau hauora training grant

Our rangahau hauora training grant are intended to provide personal support to individuals seeking to undertake a period of research training relevant to Māori health. These awards are particularly suited to individuals who don't have an academic background but who wish to learn a limited set of research skills relevant to a particular research project. This set of skills would enable them to be involved in an intended piece of research in their own area. Up to $12,000 is available.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for one of these grants, you'll need to be a New Zealand citizen or hold residency in New Zealand, and be of Māori descent. You're also required to have a background and involvement in Māori community activities and be working or training in an area related to health.

Application process

Firstly, you'll need to register your intention to submit an application for this grant. Your registration must be completed online via HRC Gateway. Following registration, you'll then need to submit a full application online via HRC Gateway using the templates provided below. Finally, after submitting a full application online you'll need to send a hardcopy to the HRC. All full applications will undergo an external review by qualified reviewers and will be pre-scored by an assessing committee.

Got a question?

If you have a question about this award, please email our Manager of Māori Research Investment, Mr Stacey Pene, or phone Stacey on 09 303 5225.

Documents

Guidelines

2019 Māori health CDA application guidelines
25 May, 2018 8:10pm - 4.3MB

Important dates

Registrations
Open
1
June
2018 8am
Close
13
July
2018 1pm

Full applications
Open
1
June
2018 8am
Close
13
July
2018 1pm
Hard copy @ HRC
17
July
2018 5pm
Results available
8
October
2019