ABOVE: Staff, students and guestsattended a Founders Day morning teaat the Lithgow campus this week to celebrate25 years since the University ofNotre Dame first established a presencein Australia — at Fremantle,Western Australia. Pictured at theinformal get together are (sitting)Alison Holley, Dr Zelda Doyle,, campusmanager Chrissie Thompson, ProfessorGavin Frost. Standing, AlannaRezzonico, Greta Geninson, KeithLandale, Jessica Less, Aaron Wong,, DrRose Wang and Associate ProfessorJohn Dearin.LITHGOW’S Rural Clinical Schoolof the University of Notre Damewill play host later this month tothe university’s annual RuralTrauma Week.
As part of the medical studiesstudents are required to attend theseminar each year for familiarisationwith the type of trauma likelyto be encountered in regional ruraland industrial situations.
Around 200 medical studentswill be in the area from WednesdayAugust 27 to Friday August 29.
On the Thursday night there willbe a social evening at the UnionTheatre with a spit roast and bushdance.
Mock trauma exercises will befeatured on the final day.
Theforum will be a boost for theLithgow accommodation industrywith the students booked in at theBlack Gold Cabins at Wallerawangand at the Colonial Motor Inn atMarrangaroo.
The Trauma Week is separate tothe rural medicine forums held inLithgow each year for first yearmedical students.
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