Roustah is a student-run Rural Health Club for the University of South Australia. The club was formed in 1996 to generate interest in rural and remote health issues and practice among university students. We are members of NRHSN National Rural Health Student Network & USASA University of South Australia Student Association.
We warmly welcome students from the Health programs, including Allied Health, Nursing, Midwifery, Health, Psychology and Social sciences programs.
Roustah is about sharing enthusiasm for rural and remote health practice. We are all about getting students together to learn new skills and knowledge relevant to rural practice while developing relationships with like-minded people.
Members have the opportunity to participate in and access
- Social Events
- Public Speaking promoting Rural Health
- Rural High School visits
- Practical Skills Courses
- First Nations engagements
- RFDS Student Attachment Flights
- ORAH camp weekend .
To become a member please follow these 3 important steps:
Register with the NRHSN using this link, and complete the details (this step ensures that you are an official ROUSTAH member and will receive information via email as well have access to the Members Only pages on our website)
Create a USASA Account and join ROUSTAH as a club by following this link (This ensures that you will be covered by our insurance for any events and activities that you do attend)
Join us on social media! Join our Facebook group, Like our Page. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram, and LinkedIn.