The National Rural Health Students' Network (NRHSN) represents 29 Rural Health Clubs (RHC) with over 9000 members located at universities throughout Australia. The NRHSN is a multidisciplinary Network.
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Cultural Awareness

As health students completing placements in rural, remote and Indigenous communities it is beneficial to complete some form of cultural awareness training prior to going on these placements to help prepare you for these experiences and to help you make the most of these opportunities. Therefore we have gathered some useful links to cultural awareness training that is offered online and around the country. 


ACRRM's Cultural Awareness Training

ACRRM’s Cultural Awareness Training module is designed to provide medical practitioners with the opportunity to understand medical practice from an Indigenous perspective and to work towards improving Indigenous patients’ confidence and wellbeing. Upon successful completion of this course, practitioners can begin claiming the Practice Incentive Payments (Indigenous Health Incentives). Read more here.
 

CRANAplus Cultural Awareness Training

CRANAplus online cultural awareness training module for students for $19 can be found by clicking here.

Reconciliation Australia - Welcome to and Acknowledgement of Country

The Welcome to and Acknowledgement of Country Q and A factsheet is part of a Reconciliation Australia series aimed at informing the community and stimulating conversations about the issues that affect us all.



 

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