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Newsletter, September 2020
A little remote, a lot remarkable Flinders Northern Territory Medical Program student Claire Maree O'Bryan wasn't really sure what to expect when, as a first year student, she signed up for a six-month placement in Nhulunbuy to be undertaken in her third year. Read More The privilege of being a Remote Area Nurse Angelique Richards was always interested in Indigenous health and a placement during her postgraduate studies allowed her to live that dream. During her Remote Health Practice (RHP) postgraduate studies with the Centre for Remote Health, Angelique completed a placement at Lake Nash in the Northern Territory's Barkly Region. She then secured a permanent position as a Remote Area Nurse (RAN) at Lake Nash and has remained living and working in the NT ever since.
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