The National Rural Health Student Network (NRHSN) is join Australia’s only multi-disciplinary student health network and has more than 9,000 members who belong to 29 university Rural Health Clubs from all states and territories. It brings together people studying medicine, nursing and allied health and encourages them to pursue careers in rural health.
Why join us?
Benefits of joining your Rural Health Club
Joining you Rural Health Club (RHC) has a number of benefits for you:
- Participate in positive rural experiences through activities such as Rural High School visits, Indigenous community engagement activities and rural health events
- Meet and network with other students from your University, not just your class, through various social activities
- Access to clinical skills experience through workshops run by your RHC
- Gather insights from a range of guest speakers
- Volunteer for committees and activities at your RHC
Through your RHC membership, you also become a member of the NRHSN
Benefits you can access to by being a member of the NRHSN include:
- Networking with students from across Australia and across disciplines
- Gaining a national perspective of the health landscape and career pathways
- Access to various resources including rural placements guides and student mental health guides
- Volunteer opportunities for committees and activities with the NRHSN
- Continuation of connection once you have graduated through the NRHSN Alumni
The NRHSN also advocates for health students and rural communities on a national level through regular meetings with Federal government and key stakeholders.
You can find NRHSN position papers here