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Student Placements

Murrumbidgee Local Health District recognises the importance of providing practical clinical experience to educate future health professionals.

We have 'Student Placement Agreements' with many tertiary institutions in a range of disciplines to enable undergraduate students gain supervised clinical experience at our health facility.

All student placements are arranged through your education provider.

Before your placement

All students need to provide their immunisation documentation and an original police check before commencing a placement at a NSW Health facility.

Your education provider can assist you with submitting your evidence for assessment.

Information about the requirements for compliance can be found in the 'Student Handbook' (see below).

Once you have an arranged student placement, you will be given information about where to attend on your first day and who to report to.

Be sure to bring the handbook with you on your first day of placement.

Commencing your placement

Your supervisor will provide you with an orientation of the facility, including workplace health and safety, and will outline your responsibilities as a student in a NSW Health facility.

Student placement survey

Murrumbidgee Local Health District wishes you a successful student placement experience and values your feedback via the 'Student Placement Survey' on completion of your placement.

This survey is located in the 'MLHD Clinical Placement Handbook' and will be treated as confidential.

Student Handbook for Clinical Placement

The handbook will assist you with the knowledge you will need for your student placement.  It directs you to NSW Ministry of Health policies and procedures that have important workplace health, safety and medico-legal implications for all staff and students working a NSW Health facility.

Student Handbook for Clinical Placement

 

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