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NRHSN's 21st Birthday - Get Involved

Cooee March 2016 Crocfest

We’re turning 21! And your local Rural Health Club is helping celebrate 21 years of contributing to the future of rural health. Get involved and help celebrate 21 years of the future of rural health! Read more...

Executive Committee update: Advocating for you

We’re looking forward to our 21st Birthday celebration on 17th March at Parliament House, Canberra.

We’re also looking forward to seeing the inspiring events Rural Health Clubs will organise to celebrate the NRHSN’s 21st Birthday throughout 2016 highlighting innovations in rural healthcare. As a Rural Health Club member - make sure you get involved!

In 2016 the NRHSN's priority advocacy areas will include:

Cooee March 2016 Exec Priorities Diagram

Check out where we have been advocating on your behalf so far this year here.

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NRHSN 21st Birthday Ambassador – Dr Angus Turner

Cooee March 2016 Angus and Mavis

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. Outback ophthalmologist Dr Angus Turner is one of them… Read more...

Feature: Rural Practice Characteristics

Cooee March 2016 Laura Sharley 3

A recent study suggests that members of Rural Health Clubs tend to have personality traits that are suited to careers in rural and remote medicine.

The report says doctors and medical students benefit from a high level of resilience to cope with and manage the challenges of the profession, arguably more so in rural practice. Read more...

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