TROHPIQ’s Rural Elective Experience Scholarship (TREES) 2013

Exams got you down? mind wandering to real medicine?

Well come this way. Whether you like it rural, still experimenting with the idea  or don’t want the hassle of sorting out your own elective and just want to get hands on in your MBBS I elective you need to check this out!

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TROHPIQ in partnership with the UQ Discipline of Rural and Remote Medicine and with the generous donations of our sponsors is here to offer you the TROHPIQ Rural Elective Experience Scholarship.

In Cash its $500 to help cover the costs of of doing a rural elective. But in reality it is so much more! It’s the whole experience. All you have to do is apply.
The 17 Successful applicants will  get the chance to do their elective in a lovely rural community. With the same doctors who supervise year 3 MIS rotations for preceptors. (this means you can go back again for your 3rd year rotation, to continue to build on your personal and professional relationships in the community) – okay we also ask that at the end TREE Scholars submit a few hundred words with photos or just a video on what was awesome about their time on TREES.

Important DEADline: Applications Due really soon, I mean this isn’t something you want to procrastinate on. Finish your last exam and then get on it before your forget, or you will regret missing out on this grand opportunity. The exact date is in our application form accessible by clicking here.

For more information, to read previous reports and to see locations currently confirmed for 2013 TREES go here https://trohpiq.org/medicine/trees/

Please direct any inquiries or concerns to communications@trohpiq.org and good luck in your applications

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