Organisation

National Rural Health Alliance

Fact sheet

Medical practitioners in rural, regional & remote Australia

Medical practitioners working in rural, regional and remote (RRR) areas play a critical role in addressing the particular health challenges of people living in these areas.
Fact sheet

The paramedic workforce in rural, regional & remote Australia

Data on the paramedic workforce for this fact sheet has been taken from the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) Paramedicine Board statistics, while the jurisdictional ambulance services data has been derived from the Report on Government Services (ROGS).
Fact sheet

Allied health workforce in rural, regional & remote Australia

This resource argues that increasing the allied health workforce may not be a panacea, but it is evidently critical due to the nature of the health challenges faced by people living in remote and regional areas. Addressing allied health workforce shortages would make a significant...
Position paper

National Rural Health Alliance election charter: April 2019

The National Rural Health Alliance represents 37 national organisations including health consumers, health care professionals, service providers, health educators, researchers, students and the Indigenous health sector.
Journal article

Where you live matters: Challenges and opportunities to address the urban-rural divide through innovative secondary cardiac rehabilitation programs

Only one third of clinically eligible patients attend a cardiac rehabilitation (CR) program. Few studies have looked at participation in rural cardiac patients. This paper examines the risk profile and participation in CR of rural and urban residents with cardiac disease who enrolled in a...