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.
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Over the past two years the Majarlin Kimberley Centre for Remote Health in Broome, Western Australia has been involved in the Sony Foundation Children’s Holiday Camp Program.
The ARHEN Board is pleased to announce that Kathy Lynch, Executive Officer for the Department of Rural Health, University of Melbourne is the winner of the inaugural David Lyle Prize for Rural and Remote Health (professional staff).
The ARHEN Board is pleased to announce that Dr Selina Taylor, Remote Pharmacy Academic at JCU Murtupuni Centre for Rural and Remote Health is the winner of the inaugural David Lyle Prize for Rural and Remote Health (academic staff).
The Australian Rural Health Education Network (ARHEN) today congratulated the Hon Mark Butler MP, the Hon Anika Wells MP, the Hon Emma McBride MP, the Hon Ged Kearney MP and Senator the Hon Malarndirri McCarthy on their appointment to the health and aged care portfolio.
The Australian Rural Health Education Network (ARHEN) today welcomed the announcement by the Australian Government that two new University Departments of Rural Health would be funded in Western Australia.
The Australian Rural Health Education Network (ARHEN) welcomes the announcement today by the Australian Government that James Cook University will establish a new University Department of Rural Health in Central Queensland.
The Australian Rural Health Education Network (ARHEN) today welcomed the Final Report from the House Select Committee on Mental Health and Suicide Prevention and the recommendations to improve access to services for people in rural and remote Australia.
This week is national Occupational Therapy week and the University Departments of Rural Health (UDRH) are celebrating the skilled and dedicated occupational therapists working in rural and remote communities across Australia.
Deakin Rural Health has won Deakin University’s 2021 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Community Partnerships for their work on the Budja Budja Aboriginal Cooperative (BBAC) and Deakin Rural Health Research and Clinical Training Partnership.