At each National Rural Health Conference delegates are invited to help develop a set of recommendations to best guide Australian rural health policy and programs for the next two years.
The National Rural Health Alliance uses the recommendations to set its strategic direction, and to provide a comprehensive view of the sector's priorities to inform federal and state policy making.
Delegates make recommendations through the Sharing Shed. It's an online forum where they can suggest new ideas, comment on the other proposals and vote for their favourite options.
Recommendations will be reviewed by a committee led by Jenny May, former Alliance Chair and a NSW Rural Doctor of the Year. A list of priority recommendations will be delivered to the Federal Health Minister on the Conference's final day.
Below you can see the recommendations from the 14th National Rural Health Conference in April 2017.
Don't miss this opportunity to have your say about the next set of recommendations to improve the health and well being of country people.