About Us

Rural Outlook for University Students Towards Allied Health

  • Open to students of the University of South Australia, Adelaide SA
  • The club was formed in 1996 and membership is steadily increasing.

There are 28 Rural Health Clubs (RHCs) nationally, with at least one RHC in every state and territory. RHCs aim to promote rural and remote practice to their members through information exchange, placement opportunities, support and advocacy.

All Rural Health Clubs have a multi-disciplinary focus and run a number of activities each year in order to promote rural and remote health careers to their members.  These activities provide fun and educational experiences for students and may include trips to rural and remote areas, club BBQs, Rural High School Visits, cultural awareness training, Indigenous health nights, Indigenous Community Festival attendance, guest speaker nights, clinical skills evenings, social events and lots more.

As a ROUSTAH member, you will have access to:

  • Scholarships
  • Local and national conferences
  • Clinical skills days
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Networking opportunities
  • Rural High School Visits
  • Indigenous Community Engagement Activities
  • Social events e.g Campfire

ROUSTAH Committee Members

President: Kosta Latsis

Vice President: Caellyen Bruerville

Secretary/Treasurer: Rushley Ebero

Senior NRHSN Rep: Matthew Cook

Junior NRHSN Rep: Kate Morris

Co-RHSV Coordinator: Milean So

Co-RHSV Coordinator: Rushley Ebero

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Coordinator: Kate Morris

Campfire Coordinator: Matthew Cook

Co-Nursing Representative: Kate Morris

Co-Nursing Representative: Milean So

Psychology and Social Work Representative: Christopher Ghan

Regional Representative (Mt Gambier): Eerin Wilson

We are currently seeking an Allied Health Representative and a Regional Representative (Whyalla). If you are interested in either of these positions please email roustah@nrhsn.org.au