In Western Australia there are three rural health clubs for university health students.

Membership to a rural health club is free and provides access to educational events and workshops, rural high school visits, conferences, rural camps, scholarships, sponsorships and much more.

The National Rural Health Students' Network (NRHSN) provides a voice for students who are passionate about improving health outcomes for rural and remote Australians. It has more than 9000 student members who belong to 29 rural health clubs throughout the nation.

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If you are an allied health student from a Western Australian university you are eligible to join the Western Australian Allied Health Interested In Bush Experience (WAALHIIBE) Student Rural Health Club.

Stay up to date on upcoming WAALHIIBE events by joining the WAALHIIBE Facebook group.

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Students studying medicine, dentistry or nursing are eligible to join the Students and Practitioners Interested iN Rural Practice Health Education Xcetera (SPINRPHEX) Student Rural Health Club.

Students studying a health discipline at The University of Notre Dame Australia Broome campus are eligible to join the Kimberley Regional Alliance for Regional Health (KRASH) Student Rural Health Club.

It is free to join a student rural health club for more information visit the NRHSN website.