Social and country experiences for students.

WAALHIIBE (Western Australian ALlied Health Interested in Bush Experience) provides opportunities for allied health students who are interested in experiencing rural practice. Joining a student rural health club can enhance future employment opportunities and is a great way to meet fellow health students.

Join a student rural health club

Student rural health clubs provide activities and educational experiences for students, including trips to rural and remote areas, Rural High School Visits, cultural awareness training, guest speaker and skill development evenings, social events and more.


Become a member of WAALHIIBE

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WAALHIIBE is Western Australia’s Student Rural Health Club for allied health students from Curtin University, The University of Western Australia, University of Notre Dame Fremantle, Edith Cowan University and Murdoch University.

Being a part of WAALHIIBE is a great opportunity for students to:

  • Discover rural health careers
  • Enhance future employment opportunities
  • Build professional relationships
  • Explore rural Western Australia
  • Attend free informative and fun events

To join WAALHIIBE visit the National Rural Health Student Network website to complete your registration details.

Become a member of SPINRPHEX

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If you would like to join a student rural health club that provides opportunities to medical, dental and nursing students, SPINRPHEX (Students and Practitioners Interested in Rural Practice Health Education Xetcetera) Student Rural Health Club is for you! 

To find out more about SPRINPHEX or to join, visit the National Rural Health Student Network website.

Upcoming WAALHIIBE events

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WAALHIIBE Rural High School Visit
WAALHIIBE Student Rural Health Club is heading to Albany and Denmark for a Rural High School Visit. 

We will be visiting the Denmark Senior High School and the North Albany Senior High School to speak with students about studying allied health as well as running some hands on workshops. 

Students attending will also be given the opportunity to visit some of the local allied health services in Albany. A fantastic opportunity to hear from currently practicing health professionals. 

When: Wednesday 29 to Friday 31 August 2018
Where: Albany and Denmark
Cost: FREE! Accommodation and travel costs are fully covered. Students are able to claim up to $50 per day for meals

Email to register your interest.