About Us

The Bond University Society of Health for Indigenous and Rural Experience (BUSHFIRE) is a student-run club founded by Bond University medical students. The club aims to create a strong interest in rural and Indigenous health within and outside of Bond University Health Sciences and Medicine community.

As a member, you will be able to enjoy:
  • On campus clinical skills nights hosted by BUSHFIRE and other Bond special interest clubs
  • Day and overnight trips to regional and rural Australia where we combine clinical skills with local festivals
  • Trips to Health Workforce Queensland run events including Joint Rural Health Club Weekend, Go Rural and numerous workshops
  • Rural High School Visits
  • Access to scholarships and placement opportunities inluding the John Flynn Placement Program (JFPP)
  • Heavily subsidised conference fees to annual events such as Rural Doctors Association Queensland, Rural Health Summit (AMSA) and Rural Medicine Australia

Membership is open to everyone, free and life-long! So, what are you waiting for! Join us at https://www.nrhsn.org.au/bushfire/register/