Entries for the 2023 round of RANZCP awards and grants are now open
1 Sep 2022
Grants & awards
Do you know a psychiatrist whose service deserves recognition?
Have you authored a quality psychiatric research paper?
Would you like extra funding to support a research project?
Entries for the 2023 round of RANZCP awards, grants and fellowships are now open and close at 11.59 pm AEDT on Sunday 31 October 2022.
Major College honours include:
- The College Medal of Honour, for distinguished and meritorious service to the College
- The College Citation, for special service to the RANZCP or psychiatry
- The Margaret Tobin Award, for the most significant contribution to administrative psychiatry in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand over the preceding five years
- Honorary Fellowship, for contributions to psychiatry or the College by those who do not otherwise qualify for Fellowship.
Subspecialty awards and grants include:
- The Medlicott Award, which encourages achievements and excellence in research in forensic psychiatry
- The Faculty of Psychiatry of Old Age Basic Psychiatric Trainee Prize, for originality, scientific merit and contribution to the knowledge base of psychiatry of old age
- The Addiction Psychiatry Prize, which encourages achievements and excellence in addiction psychiatry
- The Psychotherapy Research Award, which encourages research in psychotherapy among psychiatry trainees and recent Fellows in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.
Discover all the awards, grants and fellowships available, as well as information on how to apply or nominate a colleague.
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Entries for the 2024 RANZCP awards and grants close at 11:59 pm AEDT Tuesday 31 October 2023.
We are pleased to announce our final group of recipients.
Each year, the College presents a variety of awards and grants to members.