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Applications are now open for the Australian Clinical Entrepreneur Program (AUSCEP). The Program has been co-designed by clinicians for clinicians and aims to develop entrepreneurial skills and networks to build the next generation of clinical entrepreneurs.
AUSCEP is a competitive, fully-subsidised 12 month training program specifically designed to accelerate healthcare innovation. Through training, mentorship and industry collaboration the AUSCEP will equip participants with the knowledge and networks necessary to translate innovative ideas into solutions
The program is open to any AHPRA registered clinician (public or private provider) in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia, with an innovative idea/product/service – at any stage of development – that could benefit the Australian healthcare system.
Who can apply
Clinicians working full-time clinically or a clinician with a startup/company and everything in between.
Applications reviewed by AUSCEP Clinical Entrepreneurs as described on the website. Successful applicants will be advised by email mid-August.
How to apply
Visit the AUSCEP website to register your application
- Applications open: 11 July
- Applications close: 8 August
- Information sessions: 19 and 26 July, please visit the website for more details and for registration.
Contact for enquiries and more information
First published on 11 July 2022.
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