The AHTA provides the following resources to facilitate and support the membership in the field of hand therapy research projects:
The AHTA provides a membership level of access to Science Direct and EBSCO. Additional resources available to the general allied health sector are also listed here.
Science Direct: Access Here
EBSCO Research Databases: Access Here
External Journal Access:
The AHTA has provision to allocate $15,000 per annum to seed member research projects. Applications close on the 31st July each year. Any queries regarding an application or the guidelines should be directed to email@example.com.
Research Scholarship Application Form
Research grants available from other organisations:
There are many and varied grant opportunities available for those who wish to undertake research projects.
Members may contact the AHTA research mentors (see below) for assistance to identify grants in particular areas. Those working in public institutions may also have access to a research office who can provide advice regarding grants.
A link to the Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland, Allied Health Research, Scholarship & Professional Development Funding Alert (this is updated monthly): Click Here
Mentorship in research is provided by the research and scholarship sub-committee members and outside organisations. Please email directly to access this service.
|Dr Brownen Ackermannfirstname.lastname@example.org||Senior Lecturer, Biomedical Sciences - University of Sydney|
|Prof Andrea Bialocerkowskiemail@example.com||Research & Scholarship Subcommittee Member - Head, School of Allied Health Sciences, Griffith University, QLD Campus|
|Dr Leanne Bissetfirstname.lastname@example.org||Senior Lecturer Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Griffith University, QLD Campus|
|Dr Celeste Glasgowemail@example.com||Advanced Occupational Therapist - Hand Therapy, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital, QLD|
|Dr Nicola Massey-Westroppfirstname.lastname@example.org||Research & Scholarship Subcommittee Member|
|Dr Susan Petersemail@example.com||Research & Scholarship Subcommittee Member|
|Prof Kathryn Refshaugefirstname.lastname@example.org||Faculty of Health Sciences and Professor of Physiot|