Monash Rural Health student policies
The policies on this page apply to all health professions students undertaking placements in association with a Monash Rural Health site.
Policies on this page
- Privacy and collection of personal information
- Religious holiday observance
- Occupational health and safety
- Year 2 student code of conduct
The University's privacy guidelines explain why we collect and how we use student's personal information.
Religious holiday observance and placement attendance
Some students will require leave from clinical placement from time to time due to religious holidays. The faculty follows the Monash Strict Religious Observances Guidelines. And a link to a multifaith calendar on the Diversity & Inclusion website can be used as a reference for staff and students.
If you need to take leave from clinical placements due to strict observation of religious holidays, you must notify the clinical co-ordinator of your religious holiday commitments. You will need to provide documentary evidence confirming your obligations to support your request. (See the guidelines above.)
Where you do miss clinical placement days due to religious observance you will need to make up the time missed.
Emergency response plans
The emergency response plans provide guidance on operations during emergencies on a usual business day. Emergencies such as Code Red and Pre-Declared Code Red (catastrophic) fire danger ratings and storm / flood / earthquakes and other emergencies. They apply to students on clinical placements and Monash Rural Health staff throughout regional Victoria.
Driving on country roads
Year 2 student code of conduct
The student code of conduct outlines the professional behaviour expected of students on regional and rural placements.