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Online Introduction to Rural Practice

Work through a short online module on the key things to know about working in a rural health setting.  Access Here!

Student Placement Support

Did you know that you may be eligible for financial assistance to participate in a clinical placement in a rural area?  You don’t have to be UOM student.  Click here to find out more.

Find Accommodation

Accommodation venues for clinical placement students exist right across regional Victoria. Click here to browse options.

Cultural Training in Aboriginal Health

Training events, public lectures and workshops including our very own Cultural Competency Training.  Book your place now!

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Financial Assistance – Accommodation – Training

Financial assistance is open to students from all nationally recognised education providers.

goingruralhealth.com.au is a Commonwealth funded initiative to support health students complete rural clinical placements.

Clinical Placement Opportunities

We currently have up to 16 places for student placements in primary schools in the Shepparton-Mooroopna area.  Access Here!

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Autism: Advances in early detection

Feb 15, 5:30pm

Department of Rural Health

What are the early indicators of Autism, can early diagnosis promote better outcomes, and what role can parents and people who work with children play? Please join Dr Josephine Barbaro from La Trobe...

Autism: Advances in early detection

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The University of Melbourne, Rural Health Academic Network (RHAN) team are working with the Shire of Campaspe to identify subcultures in the Shire of Campaspe who drink at risky levels. The project is currently in phase one of a Safe Alcohol Use project funded by VicHealth.

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The University of Melbourne, Rural Health Academic Network (RHAN) team are working with the Shire of Campaspe to identify subcultures in the Shire of Campaspe who drink at risky levels. The project is currently in phase one of a Safe Alcohol Use project funded by VicHealth.

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The staff at the Department of Rural Health in Shepparton held their Christmas Party at Teller today. What a great bunch of people we work with! Merry Christmas to all Xx
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The staff at the Department of Rural Health in Shepparton held their Christmas Party at Teller today.  What a great bunch of people we work with!  Merry Christmas to all Xx

The Department of Health and Human Services recently launched 'The Care Journal' at Benalla Lakeside Community Centre. The Care Journal is a diary and planner to assist with improved care co-ordination and was developed by Ms Carol Reid and Ms Katie Millen from GV Family Care. The Care Journal was developed over a 4 year period with input from health care staff, patients and carers in the Hume region and was evaluated by the University of Melbourne. The Care Journal is available on the GV Family Care website: www.familycare.net.au/resources/ID1479164449.pdf?v=1479164835
Pictured L-R = Ms Carol Reid, Ms Kaye Ervin (University of Melbourne) and Ms Katie Millen.
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The Department of Health and Human Services recently launched The Care Journal at Benalla Lakeside Community Centre.  The Care Journal is a diary and planner to assist with improved care co-ordination and was developed by Ms Carol Reid and Ms Katie Millen from GV Family Care. The Care Journal was developed over a 4 year period with input from health care staff, patients and carers in the Hume region and was evaluated by the University of Melbourne. The Care Journal is available on the GV Family Care website: http://www.familycare.net.au/resources/ID1479164449.pdf?v=1479164835
Pictured L-R = Ms Carol Reid, Ms Kaye Ervin (University of Melbourne) and Ms Katie Millen.

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