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Successful Recipients

The HEAL Foundation has facilitated funding to the following successful recipients:  

Patient safety initiatives through the Australasian Institute of Clinical Governance (AICG)

The Australasian Institute of Clinical Governance (AICG) is a division of HEAL, that was formed in direct response to an identified need for healthcare professionals to strengthen their skills in clinical governance to reduce the occurrence of adverse events. In the 2019 grant funding round, AICG invited Directors of Nursing (or equivalent) from major Victorian and regional healthcare networks and private hospital consortiums to submit grant proposals for grants up to $25,000 each for a project in patient safety and quality care, to be completed at the coalface (i.e. in the wards/department/unit).   Read more...

CHGPN Grant Program

The Central Highlands, Victoria, General Practice Grant Program awarded annual grants between 2014 and 2017. The program was established through the transfer of retained equity from the Central Highlands General Practice Network (CHGPN) to Health Education Australia Limited (HEAL). The aim of the Grant Program was to support general practices in the historical CHGPN catchment to improve chronic disease management through systems development, capacity building, whole of practice learning and knowledge transfer.  Read more...

Global Ideas

Global Ideas is an organisation that believes each one of us has a part to play in taking action for better health for all and therefore has created an interdisciplinary community of global health innovators. By reaching out to globally minded citizens, both within and beyond health, to include entrepreneurs, engineers, designers and anyone with a passion for better health for all; they think differently about creating the change that communities in our region desire.  Read more...

Friends4Fiji

The Friends4Fiji initiative is a grassroots international partnership between the medical students of Monash University in Melbourne and the rural Umanand Prasad School of Medicine (UPSM) in Fiji. The partnership aims to enhance medical education and health outcomes in Fiji and Australia by facilitating donations of learning and medical equipment, organising shared learning opportunities abroad and encouraging clinical engagement with the pressing health concerns of the Pacific region.  Read more...