Alumni Update May 2016
Welcome to the NRHSN Alumni Update for May 2016. This edition has a leadership, innovation and Indigenous health focus.
We hope to hear from you about your rural health career experiences throughout the year.
Increase your health management and leadership skills
The Health Management Internship Program (HMIP) offers applicants the opportunity to develop their knowledge and understanding of the health sector, as well as further developing specific capabilities and skills, required to start a career in managing the challenges and complexities of health service delivery.
NRHSN 21st Birthday Ambassadors - Dr Tang and Dr Seah
The NRHSN is celebrating its 21st birthday in 2016. As part of the celebrations, we are highlighting former Rural Health Club members who have gone on to make an impact with their careers. Dr Tang and Dr Seah's rural experience inspired an eye app.
Global study highlights Indigenous health gap
The world’s biggest study on the health and wellbeing of Indigenous people has found that living in a richer country like Australia doesn’t necessarily give Indigenous people an advantage.