Meet Trina Scott, the recipient of the Infomedix & ADEA Research Indigenous Scholarship

We are happy to introduce you to Trina Scott who received the Infomedix & ADEA Research Indigenous Scholarship for Diabetes Education and Management.

Trina Scott is a Clinic Nurse for the Institute for Urban Indigenous Health in Brisbane. A proud Bundjalung woman who earned her RN qualifications while a mother of infant twins.

Trina Scott received the Infomedix & ADEA Research Indigenous Scholarship.She has impressed the scholarship selection committee with her outstanding academic and work record.

‘I am passionate about nursing and believe that closing the health gap in the Indigenous community is my contribution to ensure that my mob lives their best life.

‘This scholarship means that I can pursue this area of interest with less financial pressure, and no extra HECS debt’, says Trina.

After hours Trina can be found by the water, coffee in hand, with her twins frolicking on the beautiful Redcliffe peninsula where home life and work life are one – a true community spirit.

Congratulations, Trina. We are delighted to have found such a worthy recipient for the Infomedix & ADEA Research Indigenous Scholarship for Diabetes Education and Management and are looking forward to hearing about your professional development in the field of diabetes education and management.

We will keep you updated about new scholarship opportunities as they arise.