The National Centre for Farmer Health are excited to welcome students to our team for placement, research or clinical training.
Students at the National Centre for Farmer Health gain specialised field knowledge on specific aspects of health, wellbeing and safety of farmers.
Hands on training for conducting research in the areas of farm and rural health is a key component of student experience at the centre.
We hope that you can make a difference to farmers’ lives in your careers.
Read about student experiences at the National Centre for Farmer Health
Year 4 Semester 2 (HME402) consists of three rotations: a pre-internship, an ambulatory/subacute selective (now simply known as a “Selective”), and an open elective. During the six-week elective rotation, students may undertake a clinical placement in a wide range of health care settings in Australia or overseas. The elective facilitates development of an in-depth understanding of one field of medical practice, and allows students to broaden their experience through exposure to a different clinical or research environment. Click here for more information.
The NCFH provides students with a number of opportunities to participate in research conducted by the team. Areas of interest include:
- Mental Health
- Agrichemical Exposure – Cholinesterase assessment
- Rural Health – Health and Lifestyle Assessment