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57Partyline July 2013 T he fourth annual NSW Regional Dentistry Scholarship has been awarded to Amelia Judson of Bogan Gate in the central west of the State. Amelia began a Bachelor of Dental Science degree at Charles Sturt University in Orange this year. The scholarship is sponsored by the Nationals Senator for New South Wales, John Williams, who will provide $4,800 of his own funds to assist Amelia in her studies. The scholarship is provided to a student with strong links to regional communities to train for a professional dental career in rural New South Wales. In congratulating Amelia, Senator Williams said he looks forward to her one day providing a much-needed dental service in a rural and/or regional area. The NSW Regional Dentistry Scholarship is administered by the National Rural Health Alliance. NSW REgIONAL dENtIStRy SCHOLARSHIP 2013 Olivia also said, Overall, Dr Vine has been a very dedicated RAMUS mentor and was especially generous with his time and availability in this, my final year. He has been an invaluable part of my medical student years and I have been grateful for his continued support and mentorship. The annual RAMUS Mentor Awards recognise and celebrate all of the rural doctors who make outstanding contributions as mentors in the RAMUS Scheme. The winners are based on nominations by RAMUS scholars. The Rural Austral ia Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS) Scheme is administered for the Australian Government by the National Rural Health Alliance. NSW Regional Dentistry Scholarship holders Amelia Judson (2013), Alayne White (2012), Jessica Powell (2011) with Senator John Williams during his recent visit to Charles Sturt University, Orange.
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