These videos below are good sources of information of what is great about rural placements, what it is possible to achieve on a rural placement, & Going Rural Health supports for rural placements.
This is a video that Going Rural Health have put together from discussions with students after their rural placements. Produced by Johanna Kyriakou.
See more about the great partnership that Going Rural Health have with Beaufort & Skipton Health service, and the great placements and community outcomes that have been the result.
On Tuesday 27th April 2021, the four University Departments of Rural Health (UDRHs) in Victoria collaborated to present a Regional/Rural Placement Webinar, to provide information to students from any university about regional and rural placements in Victoria.
Over 300 people registered for the event, which was a huge success. The webinar also included a student and new graduate panel, representing multiple health professions, who discussed their regional/rural placement experiences, and in the case of the new graduates, why they decided to work rurally.
Thanks to all in the planning team, all panel members for giving us their time, and all participants for their questions and interest in the webinar. Hopefully this can be a regular event!
A recording of the webinar can be accessed below.
This is a recording of the Going Rural Health Innovative Placement Showcase webinar, held on Monday 30th November 2020.
Speakers and contributors include Going Rural Health staff, student supervisors and health service staff, students, and university staff, all of whom discuss innovative rural placements during the challenging year of 2020.
Find out more about student placements at Corryong, from the perspective of staff and students.
This is a great video, produced by Johanna Kyriakou, developed in partnership between the University of Melbourne/Going Rural Health and Charles Sturt University (CSU). Content was sourced by CSU OT students, who were on virtual placements that were created by Going Rural Health during COVID-19 restrictions.
Come on a journey of discovery as 6 first year occupational therapy students learn about Interprofessional practice. Watch this video to discover the extensive potential that Interprofessional Practice (IPP) can provide to various patients in different circumstances. We would like to acknowledge that this video is a collaboration between Going Rural Health, an initiative funded and supported by the Commonwealth Government, Department of Health in Canberra through the Rural Health Multidisciplinary Training Program, and Charles Sturt University OT faculty including both staff and students.
This is a video from a recent Health Promotion & Public Health Careers night held virtually. There is a great section (from 5:10 to 15:39) where an ex-University of Melbourne Masters of Public Health student talks about her journey from completing a placement in a rural town, to working in a rural area.
Link to video provided with permission from the Public Health Association of Australia.
This is Going Rural Health’s second episode of ‘Real Talk’. A Q&A series where students speak about their rural placement experience.
Tune in to find out what Mitch had to say about his placement with Uniting.
This is Going Rural Health’s third episode of ‘Real Talk’. A Q&A series where students speak about their rural placement experience.
Tune in to find out what Edwina had to say about her clinical placement in Euroa.