RuralMedEd will be closed from Monday 18 December 2022 and reopen on Wednesday 4 January 2023. Season’s Greetings and wishing you a safe holiday season.
RuralMedEd Christmas Closure
Rural Medical Education Reconciliation Action Plan
Rural Medical Education have built a reconciliation action plan encompassing 2022 through to 2025. The Uluru Statement from the Heart is the foundation on which we, RuralMedEd, have builtour reconciliation […]
Rural Med Ed Research team published in AJGP
Congratulations to our Rural Med Ed Research team members William (Billy) MacAskill, Rachel Marion Rolleston, Dr Kay Brumpton and Janani Pinidiyapathirage on their recent article in the Australian Journal of […]
Change to our Vision
Rural Medical Education has made a change to our Vision to reflect the evolving nature of our organisation. We have replaced the word medical to health in our vision statement […]
Hands-on help into health: Aspire2 Health Media Clipping
Apspire2Health was featured in Queensland Farmer Today, highlighting a series of Aspire2Health regional events which commenced in May. The Aspire2Healthprogram is designed to identify high school students interested in working […]
Griffith University and RMEA alumna Dr Mikalea Seymour listed in Forbes “30 under 30” Asia 2022.
Griffith University and Rural Medical Education Australia (RMEA) are excited to congratulate alumna Dr Mikaela Seymour on her listing in the Forbes “30 Under 30” Asia 2022. This year’s Forbes […]
MRFF Clinician Researcher Grant
A/Professor Kay Brumpton, Griffith University Rural Clinical Subdean, along with her colleagues from the University of Southern Queensland, James Cook University and Rural Medical Education Australia have been awarded a […]
Chairman Jim McConochie departs Rural Med Ed
It is with sadness that we share the news that Jim McConochie resigned as Chair of Rural Med Ed on the 7th February. Commenting on his resignation Rural Med Ed […]
Griffith University Medical Student and Rural Med Ed Student Kathryn Woodard graduates with scholarship after beating blood cancer at 15.
Griffith University Medical student and Rural Med Ed student Kathryn Wood will soon graduate in medicine at Griffith University with distinction. In addition to this Kathryn was also recently granted […]
Rural Med Ed Summer Research Scholarships
RMEA is pleased to announce 04 Summer Research Scholarships to Griffith University medical students in Years 1-4 of their training. Each scholarship valued at $1500 ($250 x 6) is offered […]
Mikaela Seymour has article published in TropicalMed
Rural Med Ed is pleased to announce that Mikaela Seymour, Rural Med Ed alumnus has had her article Sago Haemolytic Disease: A Case Due to Climate-InducedFood Insecurity in Western Province, […]
Goondiwindi Student Accommodation Officially Opens
On Friday 8 October the Rural Med Ed and Darling Downs Health Services (DDHS) new student accommodation was officially opened. Along with 8 ensuite bedrooms, the facility features a common […]