Placements available

Rural clinical placement options reflect the broad scope of skills rural clinicians use in their everyday practice.

We aim to enhance your rural placement experience so you can learn skills that will be valuable in your future profession. There are several innovative placement models available across our footprint to consider in relation to your discipline and learning objectives.

Service learning placements

These project or service-based placements focus on supporting you to use your critical thinking and clinical skills to address a health need in a community organisation.

Placements in Indigenous health settings

We co-design placement opportunities with First Nations peoples to provide you with rich cultural and clinical learning opportunities.

Interprofessional learning placements

Team work is an essential component of rural practice, and these placements are focused on learning as a team of professionals who will work together in future.

Shared placements

Some organisations may be interested in hosting a student across two sites or in two completely different services to allow for rich learning opportunities.