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Clinical Extension Grants

After a successful 2022/2023 pilot program, Cancer Council Victoria is pleased to offer Clinical Extension Grants again in 2024. Grants of up to $8,000 (ex. GST) will be awarded to increase the reach of cervical and bowel screening clinics within regional Victoria.

Applications are open for a three-week period and close COB Monday 18 March 2024.

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Who can apply?

The grants will support Nurse Cervical Screening Providers in regional Victoria to offer additional clinical services for cervical and bowel screening. They will address the needs of eligible patients from under screened, priority populations.

For more information about under screened populations and eligibility criteria, please see Clinical Extension Grant guidelines below.

Clinical Extension Grant guidelines

For full details, including eligibility requirements, key selection criteria, funding scope and information about the pilot project, please see the Clinical Extension Grant guidelines.

Please read these before completing the application form.

Key Clinical Extension Grant timelines

Key stages Timings
Applications open (3 weeks) Monday 26 February 2024
Applications close Monday 18 March 2024
Review process (2 weeks) Tuesday 26 March 2024
Notification Thursday 28 March 2024
Contract development and signing April 2024
Online training Tuesday 16 April 2024
Implementation April to September 2024
Evaluation data collection October 2024
Evaluation reporting by Cancer Council staff October 2024


How to apply

Before you apply, please read the Clinical Extension Grant Guidelines including Appendix 1 Tips for answering section C of the application form.

Application form

For more information

If you have any questions, please email certification@cancervic.org.au

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