Issue 64. September 2018
Rural Health Policy
Flying Doctor looking ahead to the health needs of country Australia in 2028
Research into projected population, health status and health workforce trends in rural and remote Australia has found that Royal Flying Doctor Service primary health care and outreach programs will continue to be in high demand throughout the next ten years.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Overcoming barriers to better health in Queensland's Lower Gulf
Three organisations are working together to focus on primary and preventive health care for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Lower Gulf area of Queensland.

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Chronic Disease/Risk Factors
Pain Revolution gears up to change pain treatment in rural Australia
A team health professionals and researchers will get on their bikes to ride around Tasmania in March 2019 to bring pain education to doctors, allied health professionals and communities in rural and remote Australia.

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Other Rural Health
Inspiring the next generation of health professionals
University students from varied health disciplines travelled 1,600 kilometres in the Northern Territory visiting high schools to inspire school students to consider a career in health.

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