The School of Rural Health is committed to improving rural health and developing a sustainable rural health workforce. With a footprint stretching from Mildura to Orbost, the school includes four regional clinical schools and the Department of Rural and Indigenous Health (MUDRIH). Year A of the rural graduate entry MBBS program is based with the school's Churchill unit.
- Rural clinical placements
- Student policies
- Accommodation options for MBBS and allied health students
- Teaching for health professionals
- Northwest Rural Medical Education Unit
- Educational technology inservice
- Graduate entry medicine
- Extended Rural Cohort
Alan Tounson visitsRead more...
- IVF pioneer, Professor Alan Trounson, visits Gippsland in September to meet students and give a public talk on the potential of stem cells in regenerative medicine and Australia's place in the global revolution in the treatment of cancer, diabetes, blindness and spinal cord repair. His public address takes place at the Churchill campus of Federation University. See full details.
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How can you make use of technology in teaching and learning? The School of Rural Health runs a monthly inservice looking at a range of tools and techniques. On Tuesday 29 September 11 two sessions look at presenting in the cloud and Word tips and tricks. See the Ed Tech Inservice blog for detailsof the series.