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Graduating in 2016?

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For those of you who will be graduating during 2016, your NRHSN and Rural Health Club membership will automatically rollover into an Alumni membership on 1 January 2017. By becoming an Alumni member you can stay in touch with the NRHSN and be informed about opportunities for rural health professionals.

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Super ideas for health finances

Cooee November 2016 feature article hesta

For those NRHSN members about to graduate and those still studying but working part-time, we offer some food for thought about superannuation. This article has been supplied by HESTA, a leading industry SuperFund.

When starting out your career, getting your super in shape can be one of the smartest financial moves you’ll make.

If you’re like many Australians and you’ve already had more than one job – even if it was just a part-time job while you’re studying there’s a fair chance you could have more than one super account

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Executive Committee Update

Cooee November 2016 committee update

In this update:

  • Congratulations and welcome to the 2017 Executive Committee
  • Joshua Mortimer, NRHSN Vice Chair, met with Assistant Minister for Rural Health, Dr David Gillespie and spoke about the evolving and innovative role the NRHSN and our Rural Health Clubs can play in realising broader rural workforce strategies and the development of passionate future rural health leaders 
  • Department of Health’s review of the National Rural Health Student network (NRHSN)
  • Farewell and thank you from the 2016 Executive Committee

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