RDAQ 2016 – Student Prize

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Rural Doctors Association of Queensland is having its annual conference in Caloundra 9-11th June. More details to come about registration. In the meantime, why not nominate yourself for RDAQ Student Prize!

RDAQ presents the opportunity for medical students to apply for an RDAQ student prize. You have to be enrolled at a participating university, be an active member of your relevant rural health club and have completed a rural placement.

The application details will be available through your university or by contacting the Executive Officer of RDAQ as below.

RDAQ Prize applications open: NOW OPEN!
Contact: Marg Moss, RDAQ Executive Officer, rdaq@rdaq.com.au, (07) 3221 4444

Click here for eligibility criteria.

Go Rural Weekend!

Health Workforce Queensland will be running a FREE “Go Rural” Skills and Information Day on 19th March 2016. Registration is now open!

20151222_RegistrationBrochure_GoRural.jpgThe “Go Rural” campaign with funding from the Department of Health and Ageing (DoHA) was developed to raise the profile of rural communities and encourage urban/city based medical professionals/students to consider short and long term rural employment opportunities. Health Workforce Queensland will be delivering a skills and information day to medical and allied health students, who will get to try their hand at topics such as Diabetes, ALS, Mental Health and Paediatrics.  Attending delegates will also hear from inspirational speakers and Health Workforce Queensland representatives and be given the opportunity to ask questions regarding recruitment, locum, family support services and financial incentives and training opportunities.

Click here for registration! (Password: ‘GoRural2016’)