Opportunities for Bonded Medical Scholars

Rural Health West and the Rural Clinical School of Western Australia are offering support services to students and health professionals with a return-of-service obligation in order to prepare scholars for rural health work and facilitate placements in rural areas.


Rural Health West and the Rural Clinical School of Western Australia have designed a support program specifically for bonded scholars to:

  • prepare scholars for rural placements;
  • provide career advice and guidance;
  • provide professional development opportunities; and
  • assist with rural placement facilitation. 

Through this support program, bonded scholars are able to:

  • access clinical upskilling webinars;
  • attend networking and career events;
  • apply for financial support to attend conferences and educational workshops;
  • receive cultural awareness training ... and more.

Scholars will be kept up to date with the events, webinars and sponsorship opportunities available, through a regular e-bulletin.

For more information about this program please contact Rural Health West on 08 6389 4500. If you have a specific query about rural practice please contact hubs@RCSWA.edu.au

Sponsorship Opportunities
Complimentary sponsorship to attend the Rural Health West Aboriginal Health
Conference 2019.

20 complimentary registrations for students studying a health-related discipline are available to attend the 2019 Aboriginal Health Conference held on 6 and 7 July 2019. Applications close Friday 14 July 2019.
To view full application details click here. 

Bonded Scholars will have access to the Rural Clinical School of Western Australia 2019 webinar series. More information will be released in January 2019. 

2019 GP Obstetrics Skills Workshop Geraldton 
Saturday 25 May 2019 | 8.00 - 13.30 | WA Centre for Rural Health, 167 Fitzgerald Street

Registrations are now open!

If you are a medical student or junior doctor (PGY1, 2, or 3) you are eligible to attend a FREE obstetrics skills workshop being held in Geraldton. 
The workshop, facilitated by Dr Anne Karzcub, includes:

  • Skills stations with experienced local practitioners
  • Information about rural training pathways and career opportunities for GP Obstetricians
  • A networking lunch
For full program details and registration, information click here


Rural Health West

T 08 6389 4500
E choosecountry@ruralhealthwest.com.au


The Rural Clinical School of Western Australia

E hubs@rcswa.edu.au
W www.rcs.uwa.edu.au/about/rural-training-hubs