The Prideaux Centre offers support for a medical clinician to conduct medical education research vis-à-vis their clinical duties.
The Prideaux Fellowship is open to currently employed clinicians at the level of Senior Registrar or Junior Consultant with a supervisory role (e.g. clinical supervision, topic coordination, lecturing, or an organisational role).
The Fellowship provides funding over two years to provide paid leave for release from regular clinical duties in order to commit one day per week to engage in medical education research.
The Prideaux Fellow is paired with two Prideaux Centre researchers who perform supervisory and collaborative roles to support the Fellow’s ongoing learning and research development.
The Fellow is also provided with ongoing learning opportunities and support throughout their fellowship. This can include enrolment in the Master of Clinical Education by Research.
The Prideaux Fellow is expected to produce at least one research publication as a result of the research undertaken during the fellowship.