Nominate Today! OTA Awards and Grants Now Open

Are you making a significant contribution to our profession? Do you work with someone who deserves recognition for their services and achievements? A number of OTA awards and grants are now open!

OTA Awards

Honorary Life Membership
Nominations Close 6 December 2020

The Lifetime Achievement Award is granted to Occupational Therapy Australia members who have shown meritorious services in the field of occupational therapy while displaying exemplary contributions in support of the Association.

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Occupational Therapy Australia Research Academy 2021
First Stage Closes 25 October 2020

Have you significantly contributed to the development of the body of knowledge of the profession of occupational therapy in Australia? Nominate for the Award of Fellow to the Occupational Therapy Australia Research Academy and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fellow to the Occupational Therapy Australia Research Academy.

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OTA Research Awards 2021
Nominations Close 22 November

The Research Awards recognize occupational therapists undertaking research and contributing to the evidence base of occupational therapy.

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OTA Grants

Occupational Therapy Australia Research Foundation
EOIs Close 29 November 2020

The Occupational Therapy Australia Research Foundation is opening the 2021 DGR Grant Round. The DGR Grant is a two-staged process, with the first stage seeking expressions of interest. If your EOI progresses to the second round, you will be advised in December 2020 and will then need to submit a full application by 1 February 2021.

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Judith Marsham Farrell Grant 2021
Applications Close 22 November 2020

The Judith Marsham Farrell Research Grant supports “research in occupational therapy by occupational therapists and in particular studies in which the study subjects themselves to perform occupation embedded activity to determine its influence on a stated human health condition.” This is an annual grant made possible due to the generous bequest from Judith Marsham Farrell’s Estate.

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