Get to know one of over 90 USASA Clubs, ROUSTAH. Read on to find out what the club entails and how you can be apart of the unique and wonderful things that the club does.
2. What are your clubs main goals and aims?
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 practices 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 various Health programs, including Allied Health, Nursing, Midwifery, Health sciences, 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.
3. What have been some of your clubs biggest achievements?
Members have the opportunity to participate in and access:
4. What is your club looking forward to this year?
To make our club more accessible and inclusive to students Further networking with other club for social events and sharing information sessions Broadening our Rural High School visit promoting health education and careers First Nations engagements to events and activities ORAH Camping Weekend to experience rural health activities
5. How can students get involved in your club?
Become members to learn about the importance and disparity of rural/remote health and the greater need for health education/placement and careers to all student
6. What's the best thing about your club?
ROUSTAH has a strong focus on putting the ideas of members into action by planning, developing and implementing activities We are an accepting and inclusive club willing to listen to ideas from all members trying to improve and promote rural/remote health
7. If you had no limits on budget or space what would be your dream club event?
ROUSTAH would have weeklong events to rural/remote areas by promoting health practices/education. One focus would be on local High School students in advocating the importance of a healthy lifestyle, education and careers in the health sector. Secondly, to engage with Elders and communities to learn from their wisdom how we can use their experience to improve our current and further practices.
8. Is there anything else you would like to share that your club has to offer?
We have members from a variety of disciplines, experiences and skill-set, regions, campus and even UniSA Online students We have a supportive committee willing to listen to ideas of members for self-improvement We enjoy networking with other clubs for an interchange of encouragement
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