Entries by HOPE4HEALTH Harry

Welcoming the 2018 Executive

We are pleased to announce and welcome our incoming executive for 2018! Thank-you to everyone who nominated and voted in our elections. We look forward to everything the team has in store for 2018 and want to thank our 2017 for all their hard work! President: Mia Crous Vice-President: Hana Hadziomerovic & Ruchika Vera Treasurer: […]

NRHSN Council in Melbourne

Over the weekend of August 18-20th, 34 representatives from Rural Health Clubs from around Australia met in Melbourne for the National Rural Health Student Network (NRHSN) Council. This was a fantastic opportunity for our representatives, Cath (2017 President) and Heather (Senior NRHSN Representative) to meet and network with other rural health club representatives from around […]

The Sumba Project trip 2017

This year The Sumba Project undertook their fourth annual trip to Sumba, this time accompanied by a group of four Griffith University film students who documented the trip for their graduation film. The trip is always a highlight of the year for the Sumba team, and many hours of hard work went in ahead of […]

Sunset Soiree supporting Seed Foundation Australia

Sunset Soirée 2017 was a beautiful celebration of the work that Seed Foundation has done in the support of First People's Health. Seed Foundation was born out of recognition of high deprivation, low employment and poor health outcomes in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The main aim of Seed Foundation is to facilitate pathways […]

Code Green at GCAM17

The Gold Coast Airport Marathon was held over the weekend of July 1-2 and on the Saturday, Code Green at Griffith and Bond Universities joined forces and ran as a team representing Doctors for the Environment Australia (DEA). It was a great opportunity to socialise and and enjoy the beautiful winter running conditions which the […]

AMSA Global Health Council 1 2017

In early March a group of 8 HOPE4HEALTH members attended the AMSA Global Health Council in Brisbane. Held at UQ, delegates from all around Australia converged to talk about all things global health. Over the course of the weekend, we were inspired by keynote speakers who shared their stories of their work in environmental, refugee […]

Birthing Kits Night 2017

This year HOPE4HEALTH International held their annual Birthing Kits Assembly Evening in support of the Birthing Kit Foundation Australia. Each birthing kit contains 6 basic items – a plastic sheet, 2 gloves, a sterile scalpel blade, 3 cords and 5 gauze squares, all packaged into one small bag. The Foundation sends these kits to rural […]

Jungle Party 2017

This year we saw 260 people joining together for a cruise to South Stradbroke Island, where we celebrated in true island-style. With food, drinks, amazing photography from TWS Visuals and DJ Saxon from WE R DJS providing the tunes – JUNGLE PARTY was another huge success in 2017! Tickets for the event sold out in record time and […]

RDAQ 2016 conference

Everyone says that being a rural doctor means that you're isolated and alone. The RDAQ conference shows that although this may be true geographically, in spirit you are with a large family of doctors, nurses and other professionals who live and work outside tertiary hospitals. It was not the hands on teaching that was the […]