SQRH has been established to increase rural health training opportunities for nursing, midwifery and allied health students and health professionals in regional, rural and remote communities.
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Date - 16 December 2020
Students will have a unique opportunity to deepen their cultural understanding at the new SQRH Charleville Clinical Training Facility.
In consultation with the Bidjara Elders and community, SQRH has incorporated a yarning circle in the
facility grounds where students, clinical education staff and local Indigenous people can talk and learn. Students who have never visited the outback will probably be surprised to see kangaroos skipping past the outdoor learning area and galahs stopping in to drink from the sprinklers!
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