Rural Clinical School Guide 2016 This publication is intended for students soon to be studying at the Rural Clinical School (RCS). It includes information about each hospital, the accommodation options available, and many suggestions for places to eat, drink, exercise, and hang out for each town
Guide to the Rural Clinical School 2015: (3.0 MB, published March 2015) This publication is intended for students soon to be studying at the Rural Clinical School (RCS). It includes information about each hospital, the accommodation options available, and many suggestions for places to eat, drink, exercise, and hang out for each town.
Horizons Magazine – Second Edition 2014: (7.0 MB, published October 2014). Better than ever, we’re delighted to present our second edition of Horizons magazine for 2014, proudly sponsored by the Medical Indemnity Protection Society (MIPS) and BOQ Specialist. Once again, it’s got a great mix of student reports, helpful articles, and plenty of interest items and photos of Outlook members.Our second edition for 2014 contains reflections on the ERC program, which we hope will be insightful for future students undertaking the program. The insights and reflections are varied, and a fantastic contribution to the magazine. Our Indigenous health section called “On Koori Time” returns, including a fantastic piece on bush tucker!
Horizons Magazine – First Edition 2014: (7.1 MB, published July 2014). Outlook Rural Health Club is proud to present our first edition of our Horizons magazine for 2014, proudly sponsored by the Medical Indemnity Protection Society (MIPS). Our biggest issue of Horizons ever, it is packed full of insightful articles, experiences, and reports from Outlook members. Our first edition for 2014 contains a major section about the John Flynn Placement Program, including a photo gallery from our JFPP Photo Competition, and reflections from students about their placements. Also included is our Indigenous health section called “On Koori Time”, which includes plenty of great reads about what we’ve being doing to promote the cause of Indigenous health. As usual we have reports from committee, and additional information about our charity work so far this year. We’re very proud of this latest issue, and we hope you enjoy it as well.
Rural High School Visits Step-by-step Guide: (6.7 MB, published April 2014) One of the most rewarding aspects of being an Outlook member is getting involved in Rural High School Visits (RHSVs). While there, you inspire teenagers to become future health professionals, and promote healthy lifestyle habits. Outlook of course runs a number of RHSVs throughout the year, but we’re also aware that some of our members are keen to conduct a RHSV at their former high schools. If you’re considering the prospect of running a RHSV at a school with which you have a strong relationship, this guide is for you! We’re keen to help you in every way possible in the organisation process, ensuring that you have the best experience possible during the RHSV, and can offer plenty of advice. If you have any questions or enquiries, email our RHSV Officer Brittany Scott-Rimington at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Outlook Event Expense Refund Form (for event-related reimbursement)
- Outlook Reimbursement Request Form (for other expenses)
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- Cooee! January 2014
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- Cooee! October 2012
- Cooee! April 2012
- Cooee! October 2011
- Cooee! April 2011
- Cooee! October 2010
- Cooee! April 2010
- Cooee! October 2009
- Cooee! April 2009