Rural Student Clubs
Adelaide University Rural Health Alliance (AURHA)
We are one of 28 Rural Health Clubs nationally. We aim to promote rural and remote practice to Adelaide University health students through information exchange, placement opportunities, support and advocacy.
We have a multi-disciplinary focus and run a number of activities each year in order to promote rural and remote health careers to health students. These activities provide fun and educational experiences for students, and include trips to rural and remote areas, BBQs, Rural High School Visits, cultural awareness training, Indigenous health nights, Indigenous Community Festival attendance, guest speaker nights, skills evenings, social events and lots more.
To get involved please sign up on the AURHA website.
National Rural Health Students' Network (NRHSN)
This national body of student rural health clubs provides a voice for students who are passionate about improving health outcomes for rural and remote Australians.
The NRHSN comprises some 9000 members who belong to Rural Health Clubs at universities throughout Australia. They include students from medical, nursing and allied health courses.
Read about scholarships, conferences and events on their website www.nrhsn.org.au.