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Date - 29 October 2019
SQRH joined a large number of organisations gathered for the Homeless Week expo which provided a great opportunity for health and social services staff to promote their programs as well as networking and discussion about co-ordination ideas.
Five students from The University of Queensland and University of Southern Queensland, under supervision from SQRH Clinical Educator Dayle Osborn and USQ Nursing Lecturer Emma Turner, provided blood pressure and blood sugar checks at the well-attended event.
The students valued the opportunity help people in need and agreed it was an excellent way to give back to community, learn or reinforce skills and meet new people.
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