ACEM receives DoH funding for support projects, measures, and other initiatives supported through the National Program.
 
Support project funding has previously assisted the development of a range of eLearning modules and online resources, delivered a range of professional development courses and aided several research projects.

Current funding is supporting the Flexible Approach to Training in Expanded Settings (FATES) measure and the 2022 support project. Further information can be found below.


Flexible Approach to Training in Expanded Settings (FATES) and STP Support Projects

In addition to the program, ACEM received funding for other initiatives supported through the National Program including the development of a range of eLearning modules and online resources, delivery of professional development courses and a number of research projects.

Flexible Approach to Training in Expanded Settings (FATES)

The Flexible Approach to Training in Expanded Settings (FATES) funds new non-general practitioner specialist medical training approaches. FATES aim to broaden the skills of the specialist workforce, bringing more specialist to regional areas, and ensure all Australians can access high-quality care.
ACEM received funding from 2022-2024 academic years to conduct a ‘Blended Remote Trainee Supervision Pilot’.

STP Support Projects

For the 2022 academic year, ACEM has received funding to conduct an ‘Indigenous Health Specialist Skills Placement Pilot’.

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