Within the footprint of the Three Rivers UDRH, the Clinical Training Unit (CTU) has 4 main aims:
For us, allied health has a broad definition, encompassing all health disciplines except medicine. For CSU, this includes the disciplines of Nursing, Midwifery, Dentistry, Oral Health, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry, Speech Pathology, Pharmacy, Paramedicine, Medical Radiation Science, Mental Health (Indigenous), Psychology, Social Work, Exercise Physiology and Pathology.
CSU students must be enrolled in one of the following courses to be considered eligible for support from Three Rivers UDRH.
For other Universities whose students undertake placements in our footprint, it can include other health disciplines as well.
Our main focus will be in assisting to increase the provision of effective, high quality, clinical training (placements) for allied health students through our 'Positively Rural' program.
Three Rivers UDRH has accommodation available in Dubbo and Griffith for eligible students undertaking nursing, dental or allied health placements.
Did you know you may be eligible for financial assistance to complete your clinical placement within our Three Rivers UDRH footprint.
View available grants/scholarships
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