Consider the Rural Clinical School
Combine study in Melbourne with clinical training in regional Victoria and open a world of health career opportunities.
Your future career in health begins now...
Students Perspective – Maree De Jong
Grand Rounds Schedule: July 2014
Registrations are now open for the next in our series of research skills workshops for 2014 –
Qualitative Research Project Design
Presented by A/Prof. Lisa Bourke,
held at the Rural Health Academic Centre in Shepparton
on Wednesday July 3oth from 10am – 1pm.
The workshop is free of charge and open to all however registration is essential. To register, please contact Anne Marmo email@example.com
PH 03 58234500.
For more information: click here
Save these dates!
Research Skills Workshop Programme, Semester 2, 2014
DEMENTIA CARE IN ACUTE/COMMUNITY SETTINGS – Research and Innovation
Rural Health Academic Centre Shepparton
Presentations from the seminar below:
For information regarding
Best Care for older people everywhere: The toolkit
please contact: Marie Marotta, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reducing antipsychotic use in residential aged care
- Ervin K, Finlayson SE, Cross M.
Specialist Certificate in Rural Paediatric Practice.
Developed by The University of Melbourne and the Rural Health Academic Centre,
in collaboration with Echuca Regional Health and the Royal Children’s Hospital (Melbourne).
The Specialist Certificate in Rural Paediatric Practice is an academic and clinical education Masters level training program. It provides an opportunity for the health professional to develop a comprehensive knowledge and skills base to facilitate generalist or paediatric practice for rural health professionals working in rural or remote areas.
The Specialist Certificate will be run year-long. Please click here to download flyer.
For further information about the course, including scholarship opportunities, please visit www.commercial.unimelb.edu.au/ruralpaediatricpractice