Bringing together the sector

Recent highlights from the Alliance include: a digital health workshop co-hosted with the NBN started the discussion around how we can better use technology to improve health outcomes in the bush; the Spinifex Symposium brought together the sector to advocate for more rural medical research funding; and the latest Partyline shines a light on the importance of connectivity in rural Australia.

7th Rural and Remote Health Scientifc Symposium

The 7th RRHSS will be held from 25-26 May 2020 in Alice Springs. It will bring together the rural and remote health research sector with policy makers and others in the government and the non-government sectors to shape the future of rural and remote health research. The Symposium is brought to you by the Australian Rural Health Education Network, the Federation of Rural Australian Medical Educators, the Lowitja Institute and the National Rural Health Alliance.

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Following a survey of 393 people, a study focussing on the training and development needs of mental health service providers, consumers and carers in rural Australia has revealed that more training and development opportunities need to be provided closer to where people live.

The results of the survey have been submitted to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into mental health.

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In its submission to the recent inquiry by the House of Representatives Select Committee on Intergenerational Welfare Dependence, the Alliance drew on its determinants of health approach to promote support for policies, practice and research that aims to reduce inequalities in social and health outcomes. 

"Australia needs a National Obesity Prevention Strategy as a matter of urgency.” That’s one of...

The Senate is inquiring into ‘The future of stillbirth research and education in Australia...

The Senate is inquiring into ‘The indicators of, and impact of, regional inequality in...

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Australian Journal of Rural Health

The Australian Journal of Rural Health (AJRH) is a multidisciplinary refereed journal published on behalf of NRHA by John Wiley and Sons Australia Ltd.

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Little Book of Rural Health Numbers

Health related statistics in rural, regional and remote Australia. This is a working Alliance document which is regularly updated. 

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Partyline

The Alliance's must read magazine on rural and remote health news.  Contributions from across the sector, features on fascinating figures and important developments. Plus Alliance news and views.  

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Infographics

The Alliance produces easy to read infographics, featuring key facts and figures on issues important in rural and remote health. Feel free to share!