Thinking about working in a rural area but not sure what it might involve?
Interested in learning more about Indigenous Health? Looking for a good reason to get away from the city for a night and have a yarn around a roaring campfire?
If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should apply for the TROHPIQ CHERBOURG TRIP!
Sign up here by Thurs 14th July
When: Friday 22nd July – Saturday 23rd july 2011 (second years have been granted permission to miss CBL)
Where: Cherbourg (approximately 3 hours drive North-West of Brisbane)
Cost: $20 for TROHPIQ members (includes accommodation, campfire dinner, lunch on Saturday, breakfast and transport to and from Cherbourg)
What: We will be helping out a visiting physician with his monthly Indigenous Diabetes Clinic, as well as taking the Ashintosh Foundation (UQMS) Teddy Bear Hospital across to Cherbourg Primary School for an interactive health education session with the kids! On Friday night we will be making the most of spending a night in the bush, with a camp-side dinner and yarns around a bonfire. There will also be plenty of opportunity to learn much more about the history and culture surrounding the town of Cherbourg.
Spots are limited to about 10 students, and applications close Thurs 14th July so get your application in ASAP by heading to the link below telling us why you want to come on the TROHPIQ CHERBOURG TRIP 2011!