In SA, you can also be a part of the NRHN community and experience what the network is all about. There are three rural health clubs located at the South Australian region. They include:
AURHA: There is a rural health alliance at Adelaide University, referred to as AURHA. AURHA collaborates with other health clubs such as Flinders University and UniSA.
Members include Adelaide University students studying dentistry, health science, medicine, nursing, oral health, and psychology. At AURHA, members are exposed to activities like health festivals, rural school visits, and clinical skills tours, among other social events.
AURHA operates a free and open membership to persons interested in rural health.
FURHS: FURHS is the rural health society of Flinders University. The society organises a host of social and corporate events that provide opportunities across rural Australia. FURHS is a proud member of the NRHN in the South Australian region.
Members of FURHS are exposed to networking opportunities across different disciplines within and outside the University.
Promotes rural health development through social events, conferences, workshops, training programmes, and volunteer opportunities.
The club works closely with NHRN in promoting rural health through several engagements. They include national conferences, rural school visits, rural community events, health trips and campfires.
ROUSTAH: ROUSTAH is a rural health club that was founded in 1996 in UniSA, Adelaide SA. Club membership is open to UniSA students. ROUSTAH, like most other rural health clubs, seeks to promote rural health careers and practices.
The club does this through information sharing, work placement opportunities, conferences and events, and community development and advocacy. Members are also exposed to rural school visits, rural festival events, clinical skills tours, speaker events, and cultural training, among others.
ROUSTAH members have exclusive access to scholarships, career development opportunities, conferences, networking opportunities, rural visitations, and rural community activities. They also experience other social events like workshops and camping.