Issue 66. March 2019
Determinants of Health
Top 10 public health successes over the last 20 years: what have they done for rural health?
While Australia has experienced some major public health successes in the past 20 years in some areas, such as the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, smoking rates, and mental health, there is still much to be done to reduce gaps between rural and… read more

AD

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
Community led research for better health and wellbeing of Australia’s First Nations
The Lowitja Institute works for the health and wellbeing of Australia’s First Peoples through quality research, knowledge translation, and by supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers. Its 2019 Conference will explore the role of… read more

AD

AD

AD

Other Rural Health
Dynamic duo delivering NDIS services to Normanton and Doomadgee – a Friends 'My Place' story
Hollie Fisher, occupational therapist, and Eileen Hewitt, speech pathologist, are based in Mount Isa, north-west Queensland and deliver their specialist health services to rural, regional and remote communities across Queensland’s Western Corridor, North West and Lower Gulf.

AD

Home