Application Deadline: January 7, 2022 (23:59 UTC). Click here to apply.
In support of the upcoming Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2022, the HSG APAC Regional Network is inviting applications from early-career professionals/researchers in the field of health policy and systems research who are interested in acting as rapporteurs for the conference sessions to be held from January 24-29, 2022.
Under the joint guidance of the PMAC Secretariat as well as the HSG Board members representing the South-East Asia and Western Pacific Regions, HSG proposes to support travel and/or attendance costs of up to five early-career scholars within the region who will be assigned the role of rapporteur by the PMAC Secretariat. Early career researchers and scholars of all genders, ethnicities, and relevant backgrounds across SEAR and WPR are welcome.
Rapporteurs will have the following tasks:
- Attendance in all briefings pertaining to roles and responsibilities as well as adherence to rapporteuring guidelines and expected outputs provided by the PMAC secretariat
- Capturing, summarising, and submitting notes, discussions, and key takeaways from assigned sessions with overnight turnaround.
- Contributing to drafting/writing the conference proceedings/reports as applicable. The language of reports would be English.
- Participation in networking opportunities/activities offered in conjunction with the PMAC Young Scholars program
- Co-authoring a summary blogpost (jointly authored by all rapporteurs) – to be published in an international journal. The summary blogpost is tentatively expected to be written by the second week of February 2022.
- Additional outputs as deemed useful by the PMAC secretariat
Applicants to be notified of their selection latest by the second week of Jan 2022.
For more information on eligibility and application requirements, please visit: https://www.georgeinstitute.org/news/call-for-early-career-scholars-and-researchers-from-the-southeast-asia-and-western-pacific