newsletter

Each fortnight the Rural Health Alliance Aotearoa New Zealand publishes an electronic newsletter featuring activity updates, recent media articles and the latest research relevant to the health and wellbeing of rural communities.

2018

February– Getting real about rural mental health, seeking volunteer golf cart drivers @Central Districts Fieldays …
February – RGPToY 2018 launched, Great Barrier Island nurse & midwive duo to give keynote address at NRHC …
January – Rural New Year’s honours, Primary ITO and Dalton International join RHAANZ …

2017

December– Giving new life to old dogs …
December – Bayer NZ and RHAANZ partner to boost rural health and wellbeing …
November – Useful resources for rural clinicians and rural people …
November – Rural connectivity stepping up a notch …
October – Promising signs from the Beehive …
October – Doctors given right to prioritise own health needs along with that of their patients …
October – The post-election waiting game …
September – Make your vote count for rural health …
September – A connected life is a balanced life …
August – Bringing our Framework to life …
August– You’re buggered without your health …
July– Rural Aotearoa Research Network, check all sore throats, new E.coli strain …
July– Mental health for rural women, remember the 4 digits “1737” …
June– Fieldays Health Hub, Council line up 2017-2018 ….
May– A week of rural festivities …
May – FAST: the 4 signs of a stroke rural people need to know …
April – Re-booting rural health for the good of all …
April – Awards, Obituaries & Gumboots …
March – Launch of our Rural Health Road Map, registrations open for Rural Connectivity Symposium 2017 …
March – Change of chairperson, Safe Hands, Safe Plans workshop takes shape …
February– RuralFest NZ & Rural Connectivity Symposium dates announced …
February – Rural Health Commissioner, a promise of the Turnbull Government …
January – NRHC 2017, shearing: one of the toughest rural industries …

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