NRHSN Team News – Celebrating Success!
Our Allied Health Officer, Hayley Johns, was named the NSW Young Hunter Volunteer of the Year at an online ceremony hosted by the Centre for Volunteering at the end of 2021. Hayley’s passion for helping people is reflected in her involvement with the National Rural Health Student Network and St John Ambulance NSW Maitland Division….
Have your say – Vote for your 2022 NRHSN Executive Committee
2022 NRHSN Executive Committee nominations Applications for the 2022 Executive Committee have now closed. As per the NRHSN Member Manual, the Executive Committee have accepted the following applicants for the 2022 Executive Committee as the only applicant for their positions. Position Application Nursing and Midwifery Officer Jordan Thomas Indigenous Health Officer Emily Thomson The remaining open…
NRHSN Executive Committee 2021 – Stage 2 Nominations now open
Up until now, the NRHSN national Executive committee has been made up of; Chair Vice Chair Secretary Allied Health Officer Community and Advocacy Officer Indigenous Health Officer Medical Officer Nursing and Midwifery Officer However, to increase capacity, engagement and purpose of the NRHSN at an Executive and grassroots level, Executive restructure is required. To read…
Health Students & the use of Rapid Antigen Tests (RATs)
The National Rural Health Student Network is keen to get an understanding of the amount of Rapid Antigen Testing that Rural Health Students are undertaking and if that is at the student’s own expense. Please complete the following short form to share what you are doing. We are not collecting any personal information. If you’d…
2021 RHC Committee Details
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