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)
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!
Bonded Medical Places Scheme Survey
The shortage of health professionals in rural and remote areas of Australia is an ongoing and pressing issue. Programs such as the Bonded Medical Places Scheme have been introduced in order to help address this problem. The BMP scheme requires students upon entry into medicine to agree to a ‘Return of Service’ period in a rural or remote area following completion of their studies.
TROHPIQ is conducting a survey on the Bonded Medical Placement Scheme. We would like to know your opinion on this program. A link to the survey has been provided to all TROHPIQ members via email. A summary of the current BMSP policies is also provided.
This survey will only take about 2 minutes of your time. There are also four $10 UQ Union vouchers available that will be given away to students who complete the survey. We greatly appreciate the time you have taken to let us know your opinion on this topic.
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