Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health

  • Three Rivers UDRH Charles Sturt University PO Box 789 Albury NSW 2640

    Australia

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) will allow more health students to live, study and work in regional Australia.

The Three Rivers UDRH is a new alliance bringing together the unique geographical knowledge and expertise of CSU and its partners. CSU and the consortium education partners understand the rural health agenda as we teach, research and live in a rural and regional context.

This significant program supports allied health, nursing, midwifery and dentistry student placements in regional and rural Australia. Based in central and southern NSW, it covers CSU's regional footprint, encompassing both the Murrumbidgee and Western Local Health District Primary Health Networks.

The Three Rivers UDRH will work in partnership with local councils, educators and healthcare providers. The Australian Government Department of Health is supporting the program with federal funding.

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Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Research Medicine & Life Sciences
Condoms Medicine & Life Sciences
health Social Sciences
Safe Sex Medicine & Life Sciences
Allied Health Personnel Medicine & Life Sciences
Sex Workers Medicine & Life Sciences
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Research Output 1997 2018

Clinical Handover: effectiveness and perception in interprofessional simulation education.

Hlushak, A., Robertson, C., MacQuarrie, S., Sutton, C., Pickering, G. & Logan, P., 03 Sep 2018.

Research output: Other contribution to conferenceAbstract

Learning
Education
Metaphor
Students
Workplace
1 Citation (Scopus)

Exploring the mental health benefits of participation in an Australian anti-racism intervention

Kelaher, M., Ferdinand, A. S., Paradies, Y. & Warr, D., 01 Feb 2018, In : Health Promotion International. 33, 1, p. 107-114 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

anti-racism
Racism
Insurance Benefits
Mental Health
mental health

Prizes

ESSA Medal

Caroline Robertson (Recipient), Mar 2017

Prize: Award

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