BOND UNIVERSITY SOCIETY OF HEALTH FOR INDIGENOUS
AND RURAL EXPERIENCE
WHO WE ARE
The Bond University Society of Health for Indigenous and Rural Experience (BUSHFIRE) is a student-run club founded by Bond University allied health and medical students. We play an integral role in providing Bond University students with opportunities to gain skills and experience in rural and remote areas. Our ultimate aim is for our students to contribute to the services provided in these areas and to better the health of residents who live in the communities we visit.
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WHAT WE DO
RURAL HEALTH CONFERENCES
BUSHFIRE gives Bond students multiple opportunities throughout the year to attend rural health conferences which not only are a great learning experience, but also provide students with a great networking and bonding opportunity.
RURAL HIGH SCHOOL VISITS
Bushfire visits rural high schools throughout the year to inspire school kids to pursue a career in health sciences. We do this by talking to them about how great health careers are, and also by giving them a hands on experience with some clinical skills sessions.
CLINICAL SKILLS NIGHTS
BUSHFIRE runs clinical skills nights throughout the the year to give students an opportunity to learn and refine skills which will be useful as future health care professionals.