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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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Going Rural Health

The Wangaratta Regional Study Centre will be hosting a Leadership in Health Ageing Course across four workshops this year.

This is an opportunity not to be missed - you will understand various social models of ageing, analyse the choices available to older adults, create social policy, and so much more!

For further enquires, or to register, please contact Ilena Young on T. 03 5713 9061 or E. ilyoung@csu.edu.au
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Going Rural Health

Victorian Rural Health Conference
27-29th April 2018

Bringing rural health professionals together to learn and connect.

Join fellow GPs, GP registrars, practice managers, practice nurses and medical students from across rural Victoria.

Conference includes Continuing Professional Development (CPD),
discussion panels, live entertainment and a wide range of activities for your family in beautiful Creswick.

Registrations are open now at www.rdaa.com.au/vicconference2018

Victorian Rural Health Conference 2018Apr 27, 9:00amRACV Goldfields ResortBringing rural health professionals together to learn and connect.

Join fellow GPs, GP registrars, practice managers, practice nurses and medical students from across rural Victoria.

Conference includes Continuing Professional Development (CPD),
discussion panels, live entertainment and a wide range of activities for your family in beautiful Creswick.
Registrations are open now at www.rdaa.com.au/vicconference2018
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Victorian Rural Health Conference 2018

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Going Rural Health

Wangaratta: Premier Screening of:

“Same, Same… But Different”
A short documentary by Noisebox productions, featuring interviews with inspirational young people from the local community.

Please join the Rural City of Wangaratta Accessibility Reference Group and Youth Disability Group to celebrate and promote the contributions people with disability make to our community.

WHEN: Friday, 16 March 2018
TIME: 4.00pm – 5.30pm
WHERE: Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre (Memorial Hall)
33-37 Ford Street, Wangaratta

This free event consists of:
•“Same, Same… But Different” Interview Series - Premier Screening & Launch
•Guest Speaker, Tracey McGeehan
•Light Refreshments
•Entertainment by Wangaratta District Specialist School Drumming Group and Choir
•Entertainment by WDSS VCAL student Dan Henwood; aspiring country musician who completed the Tamworth Junior Academy of Country Music short course in 2017.

RAD (Rural and Regional Advocacy for Disability) have funded this short documentary.

For further information, please contact:
Shayla Hamson on 0417 171 316 or s.hamson@wangaratta.vic.gov.au
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Wangaratta: Premier Screening of: 
  
“Same, Same… But Different” 
A short documentary by Noisebox productions, featuring interviews with inspirational young people from the local community. 
  
Please join the Rural City of Wangaratta Accessibility Reference Group and Youth Disability Group to celebrate and promote the contributions people with disability make to our community. 
  
WHEN: Friday, 16 March 2018   
TIME: 4.00pm – 5.30pm 
WHERE: Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre (Memorial Hall) 
33-37 Ford Street, Wangaratta 
  
This free event consists of: 
•“Same, Same… But Different” Interview Series - Premier Screening & Launch 
•Guest Speaker, Tracey McGeehan 
•Light Refreshments 
•Entertainment by Wangaratta District Specialist School Drumming Group and Choir 
•Entertainment by WDSS VCAL student Dan Henwood; aspiring country musician who completed the Tamworth Junior Academy of Country Music short course in 2017. 
  
RAD (Rural and Regional Advocacy for Disability) have funded this short documentary. 
    
For further information, please contact: 
Shayla Hamson on 0417 171 316 or s.hamson@wangaratta.vic.gov.au
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