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Registered Nurse Natalie Sleeman has used the Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP) to increase the care she can provide, ultimately relieving appointment waiting periods in her local community. 

“The HWSP funding has allowed nurses like myself to upskill so that we are qualified to perform a wide range of interventions on behalf of the GP.
RDN funding used to improve practice services in Shoalhaven - 12th July 2021
Registered Nurse Natalie Sleeman has used the Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP) to increase the care she can provide, ultimately relieving appointment waiting periods in her local community. “The HWSP funding has allowed nurses like myself to upskill so that we are qualified to perform a wide range of interventions on behalf of the GP.
RDN is supporting Waminda South Coast Women's Health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation to deliver a culturally-led Birthing on Country program through its Outreach and Health Workforce Scholarship Programs (HWSP). RDN supports Indigenous birthing program - 7th July 2021
RDN is supporting Waminda South Coast Women's Health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation to deliver a culturally-led Birthing on Country program through its Outreach and Health Workforce Scholarship Programs (HWSP).
Dr Lakshan Mendis aspired to become a General Practitioner (GP) in rural NSW, but didn’t know where to start.

NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) helped Dr Mendis by assisting him in the transition from a hospital doctor to a GP role in Kempsey, NSW. How RDN helps overseas trained doctors bring their skills to rural NSW - 22nd June 2021
Dr Lakshan Mendis aspired to become a General Practitioner (GP) in rural NSW, but didn’t know where to start. NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) helped Dr Mendis by assisting him in the transition from a hospital doctor to a GP role in Kempsey, NSW.
RDN and the Country Women’s Association are partnering to provide the Bush Bursaries Scholarship to students who are studying health and are interested in a placement at a rural town. Medical student Giselle explores rural health career with help from bush bursary and CWA scholarship - 4th June 2021
RDN and the Country Women’s Association are partnering to provide the Bush Bursaries Scholarship to students who are studying health and are interested in a placement at a rural town.
Twenty-three-year-old Jordan Amos is an Aboriginal woman from western NSW and is in her fourth year of a medicine degree at the University of Newcastle. While a student, she enrolled into RDN’s Indigenous Cadetship Program and was awarded $30,000 to go towards her medical degree. Supporting the Aboriginal rural health workforce - 27th May 2021
Twenty-three-year-old Jordan Amos is an Aboriginal woman from western NSW and is in her fourth year of a medicine degree at the University of Newcastle. While a student, she enrolled into RDN’s Indigenous Cadetship Program and was awarded $30,000 to go towards her medical degree.
At an event in Sydney’s Upper North Shore yesterday, RDN helped Sydney boarding school students learn how they could contribute to rural health. RDN’s 2021 Sydney Boarding Schools' Rural Health Careers Forum - 14th May 2021
At an event in Sydney’s Upper North Shore yesterday, RDN helped Sydney boarding school students learn how they could contribute to rural health.
Thirty-nine medical cadets from universities and hospitals across NSW have just returned from Albury-Wadonga where they went to learn about living and working as a health professional in rural NSW.  The immersion experience is part of the NSW Rural Resident Medical Officer Cadetship, administered by NSW Rural Doctors Network. RDN supports medical cadets to get a taste of rural living - 2nd May 2021
Thirty-nine medical cadets from universities and hospitals across NSW have just returned from Albury-Wadonga where they went to learn about living and working as a health professional in rural NSW. The immersion experience is part of the NSW Rural Resident Medical Officer Cadetship, administered by NSW Rural Doctors Network.
“This experience with RDN was invaluable. It has really shaped how I think about my career and I now have a firsthand understanding about what it would be like to work in a rural community.” Students go rural! - 28th April 2021
“This experience with RDN was invaluable. It has really shaped how I think about my career and I now have a firsthand understanding about what it would be like to work in a rural community.”
NSW Rural Doctors Network, in partnership with registered training organisation UNE Partnerships, is seeking expressions of interest from practice managers in MMM 3-7 locations who are looking to upskill. Subsidised training positions for practice managers - 29th March 2021
NSW Rural Doctors Network, in partnership with registered training organisation UNE Partnerships, is seeking expressions of interest from practice managers in MMM 3-7 locations who are looking to upskill.
Janine Lord, Director/Principal Psychologist at Shoalhaven Psychology shares her experience with RDN’s recruitment support services. “A real game-changer” – Janine Lord reflects on RDN’s recruitment support services - 12th March 2021
Janine Lord, Director/Principal Psychologist at Shoalhaven Psychology shares her experience with RDN’s recruitment support services.


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