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NRHA Australian election 2022 rural health priorities

2022 Australian election rural health priorities

Thursday, 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 billion in rural health annually – that’s... More

Partyline screen grab
Monday, 21 March 2022
In 2022, bold health reform is needed to support rural communities. The March issue of Partyline outlines some of the innovative work being undertaken and advocated for by service providers, universities,...
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Thursday, 16 December 2021
We can confidently say that technology has played a key and urgent role in changing the way health care is delivered and received in rural, regional and remote communities – a fitting theme for the final...
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Luke Sartor and presentation first slide
Thursday, 2 December 2021
One farmer commits suicide every 10 days, according to an Australian-first study of farmer suicide rates based on 10 years of national coronial data. National Rural Health Alliance Policy team member Luke...
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Mapping tool screen shot of Australia
Tuesday, 30 November 2021
The Alliance has launched a geospatial mapping tool that reveals rural health workforce gaps in every pocket of rural, regional and remote Australia. The Rural Health Workforce Mapping Tool (RHWMT) is an...
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Rural health in Australia snapshot 2021
Thursday, 25 November 2021
A new go-to snapshot of health and wellbeing in rural, regional and remote Australia combines data, research and information in a new easy to digest resource published by the National Rural Health Alliance...
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Kim Zischke with two patients
Friday, 29 October 2021
The lasting impacts of COVID-19 on the health and quality of life of all Australians are yet to unfold. Ahead of the curve, an aged care facility in the small town of Kingaroy in Queensland is proactively...
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31 October 2013 - The November edition of Partyline, the Alliance's flagship magazine, is now available online and posted copies will be arriving soon in subscribers’... More
RHCE2
30 October 2013 - When applications for grants in round 5 of Stream 2 of the Rural Health Continuing Education closed on 10 October, there were 60 completed and eligible applications. These were assessed and ranked by the independent Assessment Panel, comprised of... More
25 October 2013 - The next edition of Partyline (No. 48) is in the final stages of graphic design and will be off to the printer today. So look out for it in your letterboxes – or see it early online. We’ll let you know when it’s published. This edition has a special... More
25 September 2013 - One in five Australians lives with chronic pain, and pain is the most common reason that people seek medical help. Chronic pain is more prevalent in rural and remote Australia than in the cities. People working in industries based in rural and remote... More
25 September 2013 - The online application process for Round 5 of the Rural Health Continuing Education Stream 2 Program (RHCE2) will close at 5pm EST on 10 October 2013. RHCE2 is one of a number of Australian Government measures to help health professionals in rural and... More
19 September 2013 - A public event in Tamworth, NSW, on Monday, 14 October 2013 will give a rural focus to the activities in Anti-Poverty Week. Barnaby Joyce, Federal member-elect for New England, has been invited to give... More
19 September 2013 - The Australian National Preventive Health Agency has obesity as one of its targets. Obesity is preventable and its prevalence is affected by the social determinants of health. Results from the 2011-12 Australian Health Survey, with information from 47... More
16 September 2013 - The NRHA and the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) are collaborating in Anti-Poverty Week (Sunday 13 October to Saturday 19 October) to highlight the issue of poverty in rural and remote areas. People living in poverty not only have low... More