Rural Preferential Recruitment (RPR) Pathway and participating hospital and locations overview
Medical students are invited to a two part webinar series discussing the NSW Rural Preferential Recruitment (RPR) intern application process, the participating hospitals and their respective regional areas.
The RPR Program was developed to support applications from medical students interested in rural & regional training and careers, and is one of the ways in which HETI (NSW Health) allocates interns within NSW each year.
These events will be hosted by the NSW Regional Training Hubs, HETI and NSW Rural Doctors Network.
HETI Presentation - 6.30 - 7.30pm Thursday 11 March 2021
The HETI team will talk you through how to apply for internship including the Rural Preferential Recruitment application process and other available pathways. The discussion will provide information on how training positions are allocated as well as the relevant information to support your application.
RTH Presentation - 9am - 12.30pm Saturday 13 March 2021
An informative and interactive morning providing first-hand knowledge from the regional hospitals involved in RPR. The morning will cover topics including
- prevocational and vocational training opportunities
- pros of life in that region
- knowledge about potential elective opportunities.
Designed for health professionals who don't specialise in mental health, it provides a guide for supporting client's mental health and looking after yourself and your colleagues. The webinar is supported by the nib foundation through its COVID-19 member and community support package and will be hosted on Rural Health Pro. ...