DATE AND TIME Tue. 8 May 2018 8:00 am – 4:00 pm AWST LOCATION Sam Male Room, Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa 1 Cable Beach Road West Broome, WA 6725 Every year a collaboration of Kimberley health providers organise a two day chronic disease workshop alternating between Broome, Kununurra and Derby. This year it is Broome’s turn. This workshop is strongly….
Join us for Nibbles & Networking Tuesday 15th May 2018. 4:30PM – 5:30PM at the Student Life Centre, Notre Dame. WIN A SONY TABLET* No charge to attend. *Conditions Apply. KIMBERLEY REGIONAL ALLIANCE FOR STUDENTS IN HEALTH (KRASH) is a multidisciplinary student group based within the Kimberley Rural Health Alliance (KRHA), University of Notre Dame, Broome Campus. With funding and support from the….
Are you passionate about rural health and want to contribute to raising health awareness in your community? By becoming a member of the KRASH Committee for 2018 you will gain experience in: Managing budgets KRASH receives $12,000 ex GST to be spent on activities such as Rural High School Visits, Indigenous Engagement Activities, holding clinical skills training and social events (as long as has rural….
The National Rural Health Student Network (NRHSN) is undertaking a study to obtain feedback regarding rural clinical placement experiences. The findings of this study will help guide the NRHSN’s priorities and advocacy for effective and appropriate rural placements for all health students. As a Rural Health Club member, you are a member of the NRHSN and will have received an email with a link to complete the survey (please check….
Apply now for CARAH Health LEADS and build your rural and remote leadership in Central Australia – applications close 23 September!
CARAH Health LEADS: Building Rural and Remote Leadership is an opportunity for emerging health professionals to develop critical leadership skills under the mantra “better leadership equals healthier communities”. Managed by Northern Territory PHN (NT PHN) and run through the CARAH Rural Health Club, Alice Springs this program is delivered in collaboration with Rural Health Workforce Australia (RHWA); Centre for Remote Health (CRH); University of Tasmania (UTAS) and theHealth….
Are you passionate about rural health and want to contribute to raising health awareness in your community? By becoming a member of the KRASH Committee for 2016 you will gain experiences in: Managing budgets. KRASH receives $12,000 ex GST to be spent on activities such as Rural High School Visits, Indigenous Engagement Activities, holding clinical skills training and social events (as long as has….