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UCRH Social Connections Breakfast - June

University Centre for Rural Health: Allied Health Team

Tuesday, 19 June 2018 from 7:15 am to 8:45 am (AEST)

UCRH Social Connections Breakfast - June

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UCRH Social Connections Breakfast June 21h 20m Free  

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local community and social workers, 
and students for the UCRH Social Connections Breakfast 2018 - June


Our next breakfast is happening on Tuesday 19th June and we’d love for you to join us at the UCRH - University Centre for Rural Health - Lismore.

The UCRH Social Connections Breakfast intends to foster conversation, networking and learning about a variety of community services and topics.

We are very excited to welcome Eli Partridge and Jo Scholten - Multitask's Club Lane Program speaking to us about Club Lane - What is it? What's happening? Who is it for”.

 

You’ll find the beautifully restored, early 20th century, heritage listed, old ‘Lismore Club’ building sitting proudly at the end of Club Lane in Lismore. Overlooking the banks of the scenic Wilsons River and nestled amongst other historically significant sites in the heart of the CBD. No.9 Club Lane flows off the Centre of Molesworth Street, close to the Transit Centre’s Community parking area, The Bank Café and Westpac building.

 

Club Lane identifies itself as an inclusive Community Hub that provides access to people of all ages and abilities with site-based support, program and group facilitation, a mixed-media creative arts workshop space, therapeutic/fitness/health support and regular social community events, exhibitions, functions and training sessions. The central location of Club Lane offers immediate and safe access to our vibrant CBD community, with services such as public transport, cafes/restaurants/pubs, markets, shops, cinemas, galleries, the Conservatorium and library only a short and accessible distance away.

 

Come along to hear how you can access this incredible community space. 

 

Joined by student presenter Jack Shaw - speaking about his student journey and current work with Rekindling the Spirit.

A variety of breakfast options will be available, we will cater for gluten-free and non-dairy options as standard. If you have any additional dietary requirements please email gus.hamilton@sydney.edu.au or phone Gus on 02 6629 4185.

Please feel free to bring along any brochures/info to share about your organisation and programs during the networking part of the morning. We will have a space setup to share these.


ON THE DAY

7.15am to 7.45am
Grab some breakfast and network on the UCRH Deck

7.45am to 8.45am - UCRH Lecture Theatre
Student and Community presenters

 

8.45am to 9am
More time to eat and network with colleagues on the UCRH Deck


We look forward to seeing you there

 

The Allied Health Team
University Centre for Rural Health

Gus Hamilton | gus.hamilton@sydney.edu.au | 02 6629 4185


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UCRH Lecture Theatre
61 Uralba Street
Lismore, NSW 2480
Australia

Tuesday, 19 June 2018 from 7:15 am to 8:45 am (AEST)


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University Centre for Rural Health: Allied Health Team

The University Centre for Rural Health is a vibrant academic hub for rural health development.  The UCRH is located in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. We place over 1000 students per year from all Australian Universities and are one of 15 University Departments of Rural Health across Australia, which have been developed in response to growing a rural and regional workforce and the rural workforce crisis.

The UCRH supports Allied Health placements in a range of settings including hospitals, private practices and community organisations. Our long term goal is that students will return and practice in our region following their training. Our close links with community and non-government organisations provide extended opportunities to broaden a student’s understanding of rural and regional health and the specific clinical challenges of our area.

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