Welcome to TROHPIQ
TROHPIQ is a student-run rural health club dedicated to promoting and encouraging the provision of health care in rural communities.
TROHPIQ encompasses a wide range of students and health professionals from a variety of disciplines, including medicine, nursing and allied health. Our members are made up of students from the following universities:
- University of Queensland (UQ)
- Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- Australian Catholic University (ACU)
- University of Sunshine Coast (USC)
- Central Queensland University (CQU)
- University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
Upcoming Events (2020)
TROHPIQ Information Night – FEB 26 at 6:00 pm
Location: UQ St Lucia – Michie Building 09 – Room 211
Join TROHPIQ and MIPS for an information evening about all things TROHPIQ.
All disciples are welcome!
Guests include Health Workforce Queensland, who will talk about John FLynn Placement Program. We will also have past JFPP and TREES scholars to talk about their experiences!
RURAL READY SERIES 2020 – March 3rd at 6:15 pm
The University of Queensland Rural Clinical School invites medical students to the first of four events in the Rural Ready Series for 2020, “Learning in Rural”.
The UQRCS is the rural base for the delivery of the UQ medical program. Each year, more than 500 medical students engage with the rural experience through a range of long-term (1-2 years) placements or shorter term (4 – 16 weeks) learning opportunities. The learner experience is characterised by real world, rich and authentic learning opportunities and extensive community involvement, and UQRCS pursues the latest innovations in medical education and training.
Hear first-hand from UQRCS staff, current UQRCS students as well as representatives from TROHPIQ about what is on offer. All will share the benefits and opportunities of ‘going rural’, including a rich clinical exposure, their own career experiences and the reasons why they ‘went rural’.
This event is best targeted and suited to years 1 and 2 medical students, and year 3 medical students who are not currently undertaking a year 3 year-long placement at a UQ Rural Clinical School. Light food and drinks provided at the conclusion of the evening.
Join us Tuesday 3 March, 6.15-7.45pm at E.S Meyers Lecture Theatre, Mayne Medical Building (881), Level 4, Herston. Register online by Monday 2 March.
TROHPIQ is run by a group of passionate medical, nursing and allied health students. To get an idea of what we’re all about, check out the video below!
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