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La Trobe Rural Health School Research Conference 2022

Monday 21 February 12:00am

New frontiers in rural health

Violet Vines Marshman Annual Oration

Monday 21 February 12:00am

Join us to hear from the National Rural Health Commissioner, Professor Ruth Stewart


Health projects in Mildura, Wimmera and Kyneton get a $150,000 boost

Three innovative rural health projects will receive $50,000 each from the final round of the Violet Vines Marshman Centre for Rural Health Research (VVMCRHR ) partnership funding for 2021.

Future rural doctors take next bold step

Eighteen La Trobe graduates embark on Doctor of Medicine

Dr Kerryn Bagley recognised for her work in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) training, community capacity building and research.

Dr Bagley was recently awarded the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Research Australia CRE (Centre for Research Excellence) 2020 Mid-Career Researcher Award.

Calendar for a chicken farm

Dr Brad Hodge shares about he is involved with Orphfund

La Trobe Academics Awarded Australia-Indonesia Grants

Two La Trobe academics have won DFAT grants for international projects worth $72,000

Mental health qualifications now more accessible than ever

Two mental health students discuss why they pursued study in the area

Financial support for students on placement goes a long way

The La Trobe Rural Health School has dedicated Health Placement Travelling Grants to financially support students

Short-course boosting nursing workforce

La Trobe University’s Re-Entry to Practice (RN) Course is providing a pathway for nurses to re-register and get back into the workforce in just 10 weeks. It is the only re-entry to nursing course in Victoria that is cu

Preventing violence against women

Roadmap to prevent sexual violence, harassment against women and girls

La Trobe in world's top 250 universities

La Trobe ranked 218 in Times Higher Education World Uni Rankings

Breaking down stigma of FASD

Shining a light on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Six regional students look to the skies

Rural health students awarded Give Them Wings scholarships

Rural dentistry students recognised

The study grants recognise dental students who demonstrate a commitment and desire to work in rural communities once graduating

Study looking at whether infant feeding type plays a role in babies sleep

Researchers are looking for mothers, who have had babies in the past six months, to take part in an online survey

Telehealth training future professionals

New $4.2 million facilities to train next generation of health workers

Collaboration to solve rural workforce challenges

Dr Lyndal Sheepway has been appointed as the Learning Development Coordinator at Gateway Health

Mums benefit from childcare support to study

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.

Kids in Out of Home Care to benefit from improved health systems

Mallee children and young people will benefit from a 10-year project that will guide adequate and regular health service delivery.

PhD to improve human service delivery in regional Victoria

La Trobe University and FamilyCare are collaborating on a project focused on implementing data platforms and evaluation tools that support evidence informed practice

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