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Published on May 14th, 2012

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Cock-a-doodle-doo, it’s ROUSTAH!

By Hailey Koch

Rural Outlook for University Students Towards Allied Health (ROUSTAH) is UniSA’s rural health club. We’re one of 29 rural university health clubs in Australia, which together forms the National Rural Health Students Network (NRHSN).

Our aim is to get students together who are interested in rural and remote health, allowing them to learn new skills and knowledge relevant to country practice, and to develop relationships with like-minded people. ROUSTAH events include rural high school visits, indigenous health festivals, support and scholarships for those undertaking rural placement, and social gatherings such as pub crawls.diverse range of sports on offer, including futsal, badminton, volleyball and many more. Registration is only $10.

We thrive upon enthusiasm for rural and remote practice, but you don’t have to be from the country to join! We welcome all students studying allied health, nursing, midwifery, psychology and social work to sign up. It’s free and can be done by following the ‘join now’ link on our website www.roustah.com. Get involved with ROUSTAH, you won’t regret it!

Contact: Email ROUSTAH Administrators Jessica Lascelles or Sarah Spurr at studentservices@ruraldoc.com.au.

Check out unione.unilife.edu.au/clubs for more info.



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