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Episode 20: Supporting mates bogged in the bush

Episode 20: Supporting mates bogged in the bush

Wednesday, 30 November 2022

In Episode 20 of Build ‘Em Up, we chat to Mary O’Brien, founder, director and CEO of Are You Bogged Mate?, a charity that helps country... More

Flooded field
Wednesday, 2 November 2022   MEDIA RELEASE  
The National Rural Health Alliance (the Alliance) is deeply concerned by the severe floods experienced across New South Wales,...
The Australian Journal of Rural Health Volume 30, Issue 5. Nurse placing mask over patient.
Thursday, 27 October 2022
The latest edition of the Australian Journal of Rural Health (AJRH) has been published, containing original research and practice insights. Volume 30, Issue 5 carries an Editorial by our Director of Policy...
Media release - parliament house and Australian Government logo
Wednesday, 26 October 2022
The Alliance has issued a media release in response to the Federal Budget 2022–23.  New Alliance CEO Susi Tegen welcomed the initiatives announced for rural, regional and remote health, but expressed...
Wednesday, 26 October 2022
In Episode 19 of Build ‘Em Up, we chat to Stephanie Trethewey, founder of Motherland, about her journey as a mother and how she became passionate about supporting rural mothers across Australia. It takes a...
SMS4deadly Man holding baby
Tuesday, 11 October 2022
The Alliance is delighted to announce that our partner, SMS4dads, has officially launched SMS4DeadlyDads to support soon-to-be and new First Nations dads. SMS4DeadlyDads is a new adaption of the mainstream...
Build 'Em Up Podcast Episode 18 16th NRHC delegate feedback
Friday, 30 September 2022
Our Build ‘Em Up podcast series has released the 18th episode, which features feedback from delegates to the 16th National Rural Health Conference. Thank you to all the contributors for highlighting the need...
Partyline issue 89 screen grab
26 September 2022 - We focus on women’s health and wellbeing in our latest Partyline issue and aim to create awareness of the many challenges that Australia’s rural women face on a day-to-day basis when it comes to... More
Build 'Em Up Podcast Episode 17 Annabelle Hickson. A modern voice from the bush.
30 August 2022 - Our podcast series Build ‘Em Up has released 17 episodes celebrating positive stories from rural people helping their local communities. You can listen to the podcast, which is... More
WIN News reporter with camera man and producer with conference attendees in the background
10 August 2022 - The 16th National Rural Health Conference, held in Brisbane on 2-4 August 2022, was once again a great success. It gained a great deal of media attention where topics of rural health collaboration, innovation and bridge-making took centre stage. The... More
Episode 16 - Aboriginal Community-Controlled Art Centres – Keeping Elders Strong and Connected
29 July 2022 - Our podcast series Build ‘Em Up has released 16 episodes celebrating positive stories from rural people helping their local communities. You can listen to the podcast, which is... More
29 June 2022 - In Episode 15 we chat with Nicki Bardwell, CEO of Fair Game. Fair Game has been around for over 10 years and delivers unique health and fitness programs and pre-loved sporting equipment to remote and under-serviced communities around Australia,... More
Partyline issue 79 screen grab
09 June 2022 - A great reality is emerging across healthcare services as rural, regional and remote Australia faces more natural disasters, more frequently. With more floods and bushfires, on top of COVID-19, primary and allied healthcare services will and are adapting.... More
Build 'Em Up Podcast Episode 14 Emma Sullings Happiness ina box
25 May 2022 - In Episode 14 of Build ‘Em Up we chat with Emma Sullings, founder of the Happy Boxes Project. This charity provides toiletries and beauty products to women and girls in remote parts of Australia. Their network of... More
NRHA Australian election 2022 rural health priorities
31 March 2022 - Rural people should be able to count on accessible, comprehensive, high-quality and affordable health care, reasonably close to home. But this fundamental expectation is frequently not met. The Alliance estimates there is a spending shortfall of $4... More

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