UNSW Medicine's Rural Clinical School brings world-class medical education to rural Australia. The school has campuses across New South Wales including Albury, Coffs Harbour, Griffith, Port Macquarie, Sydney and Wagga Wagga. Since our launch in 2000 we have had great success training the next generation of rural and Indigenous doctors.

Our school is fully committed to leading the rural education of medical students in Australia.

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Last week Port Macquarie campus held a ‘grief and loss day’, which was designed to ensure medical and health students were better equipped to deal with tough situations, like the passing of a loved one, an important area that's often overlooked in medical training.

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Former Coffs RCS student, Brydie Ksiaszek, features in Amy Mills' SMH article on mothers who juggle high-powered careers and young families, and the vexed question on whether to delay having children – or to get in early before your career has really taken off.

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RAW co-convenors, and UNSW RCS students, Lucy McMullen and Laavanya Aruneswaran get stuck into RAW's weekend activities in Wagga that showed university health students the rewards of country living and advantages of working in rural health. Picture: Les Smith.

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Indigenous high school students chat about their experience at UNSW's Winter School program and how it has inspired them to go on and study medicine at university. The Winter School medicine program is run by UNSW's Rural Clinical School and Nura Gili.

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RCS uses cutting-edge tech to teach students anatomy. Watch Prime 7 story to see how our school is pushing into new digital territory, ensuring our rural students stay in tune with the latest advances in medical training.

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