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Alliance raises concerns over new health insurance extras

Friday, 7 June 2024
    MEDIA RELEASE  

The National Rural Health Alliance (the Alliance) voices concern over new extras offered by some of Australia’s biggest health insurers with the claim that they will be an offset to high... More

Tuesday, 4 June 2024
Susi Tegen, Chief Executive and Margaret Deerain, Director, Policy and Strategy Development from the National Rural Health Alliance appeared before the New South Wales Legislative Assembly Select Committee...
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JCTS Joint Colleges Training Services
Friday, 31 May 2024
We warmly welcome the Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS) as the newest member of the National Rural Health Alliance. JCTS is an Aboriginal-led, nationwide organisation that delivers cultural education...
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Friday, 31 May 2024
This week the National Rural Health Alliance joined the Access for Every Child Coalition, led by advocacy group The Parenthood.  The coalition of over 50 organisations is calling on the government to provide...
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Thursday, 30 May 2024
The Senate Community Affairs References Committee Inquiry into equitable access to diagnosis and treatment for individuals with rare and less common cancers, including neuroendocrine cancer, has considered the...
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Thursday, 23 May 2024
National Rural Health Alliance Chairperson Nicole O’Reilly told The Canberra Times that lack of access to primary healthcare services was the likely cause for higher rates of presentations at emergency...
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Wednesday, 22 May 2024
Leading national organisations, including the National Rural Health Alliance (the Alliance), are joining together with Palliative Care Australia this National Palliative Care Week (19-25 May 2024) to advocate...
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03 July 2015 - NAIDOC Week is here again, and this year the Alliance is celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Indigenous Australians by highlighting the incredible journeys and contributions of Indigenous health leaders who shared their insights and... More
01 July 2015 - One in five Australians live with chronic pain, with the prevalence increasing to one in three for people aged over 65 years. The incidence of chronic pain is greater in rural areas due to the physically demanding nature of work and the lack of effective,... More
29 June 2015 - A landmark new report published in the international medical journal The Lancet suggests: "Tackling climate change is the greatest global health opportunity of the 21st century".... More
29 June 2015 - As the mother of five children, all under the age of 12, Kobi McKenzie-Ingrey is no stranger to looking after sick kids. Like most mums and dads, she makes regular trips to the doctor for treatment and check-ups as part of the regular routine of raising a... More
23 June 2015 - Applications for the Rowan Nicks Russell Drysdale Fellowship in Australian Indigenous Health and Welfare ... More
23 June 2015     MEDIA RELEASE   - Funding for the CO-OPS Obesity Prevention Network will cease on 30 June 2015, making it the first victim of foreshadowed cuts to the Health Flexible Funds. A coalition... More
19 June 2015 - The final plenary session at the 13th Conference included a sneak preview of the 2014 regional Wellbeing Survey produced by the University of Canberra.  Jacki Schirmer spoke about Creating healthy rural places. She pointed out that many complex... More
19 June 2015 - About 45 per cent of those who attended the 13th National Rural Health Conference in Darwin completed an evaluation form, either in hard copy before they left the Convention Centre or online when they got home. This is a good response by any standard and... More

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