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Border Chronicle Banning 457 visas will have a significant impact on the recruitment of health professionals in rural and remote Australia. Despite the increase in the number of health professionals graduating from Australian universities, recruiting professionals to work in rural and remote Australia is still difficult. “I would...

Over 250 people were present for the recent Quorn forum, facilitated by Flinders Ranges Mayor Peter Slatter. Amongst those in attendance were regional Mayors, council representatives, HAC representatives, politicians and rural doctors. Discussion points included Diminishing role of country hospitals Relationship between health bureaucrats and rural communities Centralising of services ...

In preparation for the College’s annual general meeting on Friday 21 October 2016 at the Canberra Convention Centre, Canberra, the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine is pleased to invite nominations for election for the following positions on the College Council: 1)     Northern Territory representative 2)     South Australia...

RDASA supports the establishment of a rural fee for service agreement allowing GPs to undertake forensic medical examinations to victims of rape and sexual assault. RDASA are currently speaking with the Minister of Health and Country Health SA Local Health Network concerning forensic examinations following rape and sexual assault....

RDASA is undergoing a new stage of growth and development as it strengthens its position in the region as a leading advocate for rural doctors and a leading rural education provider. In support of this growth and development, we have created a fresh new website to engage...