The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Edith Cowan University is seeking participants to take part in a national research study exploring adults’ experiences of living with multimorbidity (two or more chronic physical and/or mental health conditions) during the COVID-19 pandemic...Read More
Wed, 16 June 2021, 6 to 9 pm (AEST)
You don't have to be bulletproof
Whether it’s your best mate, your partner or your brother – mental health can affect anyone. Join the local Orange community to learn the skills and strategies to support men in building resilience and coping with life’...Read More
Closes Wednesday 30 June 2021
Griffith University is currently undertaking a research study examining factors affecting COVID-19 vaccine uptake among regional and rural women in Australia.
They are looking for rural and regional women aged 30–44 who would be willing to complete a short online...Read More
Cancer Australia is encouraging you and your colleagues to participate in improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by pancreatic cancer.
On behalf of Cancer Australia, Menzies School of Health Research is...Read More
Curtin University is conducting an online study to identify mental health research priorities for Western Australia, including those relevant to rural and remote populations.
The study team are seeking people from the following groups to complete three online surveys...Read More
Applications close 6 August 2021
Applications are now open for 2022 Nuffield Scholarships which let primary producers see leading and innovative businesses across the globe, to find ideas and forge connections.
Each scholarship is valued at $30,000 and Nuffield will award up to...Read More
1 July to 25 September 2021 – various locations
The Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association (AIDA) is excited to announce that it is taking its annual conference on the road this year with six impactful, face-to-face events across Australia. The AIDA 2021 Roadshow...Read More
Online forum – 12pm to 3pm, Friday 6 August 2021
The AASW Rural and Remote Social Work Action Group invites you to a digital forum with Professor Margaret Alston, Dr Heather Downey and Dr Charlie Massy on the impact of climate change on social work practice in a rural...Read More
The Australian Government Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications recently launched its Alternative Voice Services Trials (AVST) program trialing new ways to deliver voice telephony services to rural and remote areas of...Read More
Griffith University is conducting a research study which explores the impact of COVID‑19 on rural general practices. It seeks to identify the changes that occurred in general practice and those changes which will likely be sustained.
General practitioners, registrars,...Read More
National consultation – palliative care resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families
Health professionals and workers are invited to assist in the development of tailored resources to support the provision of palliative care at home for Aboriginal and...Read More
Could Ten to Men study data assist your research?
Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health collects information on the health and wellbeing of...Read More
Researchers from Curtin University are conducting two online surveys relating to violence against women, exploring whether experiences differ across the lifespan.
They are seeking participation from women over the age of 16 who have experienced violence ...Read More
The Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) is establishing a scholarship fund which will offer regional and rural health workers fully-funded training in integrative medicine – to develop skills to treat the causes of preventable disease and...Read More
Members of rural and regional NSW communities are invited to complete an anonymous, online survey investigating how the coronavirus pandemic has affected you. The research is being carried out by medical students and academic researchers from the University of Wollongong,...Read More
First Nations Media Australia is seeking your input into a survey about digital access and inclusion in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across Australia.
The information you provide will help First Nations Media Australia...Read More
La Trobe University is undertaking a study exploring the uptake of telehealth psychology in Australia, to learn about mental health professionals’ perceptions of telehealth psychology and how practitioners are coping with the expansion of telehealth in response to COVID-19...Read More
In December, The Healing Foundation launched a series of fact sheets for GPs, dentists and aged care staff, Working with the Stolen Generations: understanding trauma.