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Australian Rural Health Education Network.

Leading rural and remote health education and research.

ARHEN is the national association and peak body for the 19 University Departments of Rural Health located in rural and remote Australia.

Our purpose is to promote the health and wellbeing of people in rural and remote Australia by delivering high-quality health education, research and advocacy.

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Latest news from across the network.

UDRH Visiting Staff Program

The ARHEN Board invites applications from UDRH staff (both academic and non-academic) for funding to undertake a short-term visit to one or more UDRHs to undertake a collaborative project or activity that aligns with ARHEN’s strategic priorities and provides a broader benefit to the UDRH network.

SQRH proudly welcomed Professor Kerrie Wilson, QLD’s Chief Scientist, at our Charleville training facility. We showcased community initiatives & discussed rural research. Her visit coincided with the Flying Scientists program, igniting STEM interest in local students. 🌟

📢 The December edition of The Current is now available.
Our newsletter showcases the work of Three Rivers and includes resources, upcoming events, opportunities and more!

#LiveStudyWorkRural #RuralHealth @CharlesSturtUni

Congratulations to ARHEN Board Member Prof. Sabina Knight, Director JCU Central QLD Centre for Rural and Remote Health, on being awarded the QIMR Berghofer Woman of Influence Award 2023.👏🌟👏


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