Allied Health Sciences:
R G Menzies Fellowship:
RG Menzies Harvard:
Matthew Brown, Jessica Roth & Tristan Webster
The Menzies Foundation was established in 1979 as a non-political, not-for-profit organisation to perpetuate the ideals of Sir Robert Menzies, Australia's longest-serving Prime Minister, 1939-1941 and 1949-1966.
The Foundation supports prestigious postgraduate scholarships in allied health, engineering, law and medical research, as well as workshops and other activities on topics of national importance.
Human Rights Lawyer Awarded Prestigious Scholarship
"A Smile for My Parents", by Heather Henderson
A Smile for My Parents is an engaging memoir that offers a rare and surprising glimpse into the lives of Dame Pattie and Sir Robert Menzies > Book launch by the Hon Josh Frydenberg MP, Oct 2013 (pdf)
Public Support of Data Linkage for Better Health
The Menzies Foundation hosted an invitation-only Workshop on 16th August 2013 > > background ...
AGM address - 24 May 2013
by The Hon Fred Chaney AO - "Remembered lessons from the time of Menzies" > read here ...
Menzies Scholars Lecture - Julian Savulescu
Handbook for Allied Health Researchers
This handbook targets beginning researchers in the allied health professions. It addresses how to design and execute a research project and provides tips and advice in a clear and user friendly format. > Order form and Contents page (pdf)
"Letters to My Daughter", by Robert Menzies and edited by Heather Henderson
Collection of letters written to his only daughter, Mrs Heather Henderson, between 1955 and 1975.
"... possibly the most insightful, accurate and entertaining, of the many views of Menzies to be published." Mike Hedge, Sydney Morning Herald > Book launch by Sir Guy Green (pdf) > more ...
"Closing the gap in Indigenous education"
Workshop report and presentations > more ...