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Thanks to financial support in place and the added benefit of close-knit campus communities, studying rural health courses at uni is now much more achievable for parents.
Mallee children and young people will benefit from a 10-year project that will guide adequate and regular health service delivery.
La Trobe University and FamilyCare are collaborating on a project focused on implementing data platforms and evaluation tools that support evidence informed practice
The College of Science, Health and Engineering is delighted to announce its 2021 award recipients in Learning and Teaching
Research reveals that better training for volunteer managers is vital
Health students to benefit from $5 million upgrade on Bendigo campus
The Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research has awarded its first partnership funding to Sunraysia Community Health Services
La Trobe University and Mildura Base Public Hospital sign MOU
Report details effective health promotion strategies to help cope with COVID-19
Terry Welch says he will never lose his connection and focus of being nurse.
With an increased demand in the community for degree-qualified Social Workers, La Trobe has made the changes in response to feedback from local industry.
From 2022 up to 30 students will be based in Mildura during the final year of their degree
Eighteen recent Mildura nursing graduates working in rural communities
More regional students than ever studying dentistry at La Trobe
Does mental fatigue impact the performance of AFL players?
We are delighted to announce the Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research Partnership Funding Stream
Ella is in her final year of the Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medicine) and hopes to leave behind a legacy through her new role as President of LARHC
We congratulate Bachelor of Nursing student, Shaelyn Crowhurst, who has been recognised with the Ganbina Education Excellence Award. Shaelyn is a Greater Shepparton Secondary College graduate.
Inspired by her father, Shepparton campus Bachelor of Nursing student, Akuot Wundit, is fundraising to support education in her South Sudanese village.
Professor Jane Mills, Dean and Head of the La Trobe Rural Health School, talks about why rural health matters