Register to attend the 14th National Rural Health Conference


26-29 April 201714th National Rural Health Conference


Everything you need to know about registering for the 14NRHC including pricing can be found on the Conference website.


Don't miss your chance to be part of the 14NRHC program. Abstract submission will close 30 September 2016.


Join more than 1,200 delegates at the most important event for rural and remote health of 2017.

The 14NRHC is part of A World of Rural HealthThe 14th National Rural Health Conference is part of A World of Rural Health, an international event that also includes the WONCA 14th World Rural Health Conference. Delegates are encouraged to attend both the 14th National Rural Health Conference and the 14th World Rural Health Conference and a discount will be available to those registering for both.



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Webinar- the making of Australias rural and remote health sector.

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