In 2015, there were 73 farm fatalities – that is one death every 5 days - and 1 in 5 of those deaths was a child.  This figure is half the number of deaths of 20 years ago, but we can and must do better.
This 2016 Farm Safety Week find out the facts and learn how to start improving your farm safety with our infographic and help sheet. 
5th rural and remote health sientific symposium
Registration is open and the program will include a dynamic line-up of leading rural and remote health researchers and policy makers discussing ways to improve our knowledge and understanding of rural and remote health.
On Thursday 9 June, the NRHA held a free public webinar titled 'The making of Australia's rural and remote health sector – and its challenges for the future'. This webinar is now available to watch online.
A World of Rural Health
Recently in Canberra the Minister for Rural Health, Fiona Nash, formally launched what will be the most important public event of 2017 for rural, regional and remote health.
The little book of rural health numbers
A recent report from the AIHW shows that some groups in Australia are at much higher risk of smoking or being exposed to second-hand smoke than others...