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2020 SQRH Year in Review Mockups

2020 Year in Review

SQRH continued to grow its presence across the rural health landscape despite the obvious challenges presented to the world due to COVID 19.

Strong stakeholder support and innovative thinking allowed SQRH to rise to the challenge of rapidly providing student-led services via telehealth and bringing a range of our rural education workshops to an online format. This has allowed us to maintain our focus on growing a highly capable and professional rural health workforce.

Some of the key highlights from 2020 include:

  • The official opening of the $3 million Training Facility in Charleville;
  • Facilitating 1,476 regional student placements;
  • 7,133 weeks spent by students on rural placement.

To read the 2020 - Year in Review, please click here.

2019 SQRH Year in Review mockup

2019 - Year in Review

Throughout 2019 SQRH has continued to further promote rural health which has resulted in a significant increase in activity across the region.

A number of new initiatives were developed over 2019 focusing on increasing student placement opportunities and learning.

Some key highlights include:

  • The official opening of SQRH Toowoomba Training Facility;
  • Announcement of funding for the construction of the SQRH Charleville Training Facility;
  • Establishment of the SQRH Health and Wellness Clinic.

To read the 2019 - Year in Review, please click here.

Sqrh Annual Review Mockup

2018 - Year in Review

As a new University Department of Rural Health (UDRH), 2018 was a significant year for the establishment of Southern Queensland Rural Health (SQRH).

This Year in Review highlights our major achievements, including:

  • Through our consortium, delivering clinical placements to over 1,000 students in 27 communities across our footprint;
  • Southern Queensland Rural Health Interprofessional Education Community of Practice;
  • Hosting the University of Toronto in Toowoomba and Roma, to deliver world class workshops on Interprofessional Education and Collaboration to over 100 rural health
    professionals.

To read the 2018 - Year in Review, please click here.