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Trent Calcutt

University of Queensland (TROHPIQ)

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“NRHC12 offered equal parts education, networking, fun and entertainment opportunity.”

Carol Mudford

National Rural Health Students’ Network

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“Seeing the value and recognition of student issues to the health professions at a broader level has made me realise how vital the student voice is.“

Rachael Purcell

Australian Medical Students’ Association

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“…multidisciplinary friendships and networks developed at the conference will continue into the future.”

Anna Ingram

Monash University

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“I knew, as anyone coming from a rural area does, the sort of issues rural health faces, but nothing compared to what I have learnt in the past 3 days.”

Tom Kavanagh

Monash University

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“… an enormously valuable experience, it was an inspirational and thought provoking event which I thoroughly enjoyed, and go away from with a new passion and enthusiasm for my career in rural health.”

Genevieve Commins

Deakin University

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“…the conference carried a message of hopefulness (and urgency), and was a great environment for inexperienced people like myself to get ideas and reflect upon what to do with one’s energies and ensuing professional life.”

Thomas Beaton

University of Queensland

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“… one of the most remarkably inspiring and eye-opening experience of my medical career.”

Kate Goulding

University of Sydney

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“A great regret of mine is that I have not been able to attend conferences like this earlier in my degree.”

Gemma Johnston

Deakin University

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“…one of the most educational, enjoyable and inspiring experiences I have had in my medical degree so far.”

Peter Kilby

Australian Orthopaedic Association

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“The conference for me had three main goals: to meet other people interested in rural health, to present my research on barriers to rural orthopaedic treatment, and to make contacts to help my future training and job practice.”

Sophie Rymill

Royal Adelaide Hospital

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“It was beneficial having personal access to people from the rural training programs and being able to have one’s questions answered in person.”