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Welcome to our second update for 2017. On 31 March 2017, the Department of Health released a closed tender inviting four organisations to submit an application to administer the new Health Workforce Scholarship Program (HWSP).......
Welcome to our first update for 2017. As reported in our last update, SARRAH will allocate a reduced number of allied health scholarships for the 2017 academic year under the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS). Applications closed on 27 February 2017 and approximately...
SARRAH welcomed the opportunity to provide a submission to the Community Consultation on the National Digital Health Strategy (NDHS). SARRAH sought input from members on the NDHS and this submission reflects that feedback.
Whilst SARRAH welcomes the announcement by Assistant Minister for Rural Health, Hon Dr David Gillespie MP, unfortunately funding will not continue for those successful scholars beyond 2017. This represents a 65% cut based on the allocation of 548 allied health scholarships in 2016.
SARRAH has prepared a submission for the Federal Government regarding the 2017-18 Federal Budget. In the submission, SARRAH calls for greater funding and support for: Progressing health reform such as introducing a blended primary health care payment model Investing in technology such as the...
Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) remains concerned that the Government is yet to release the tender to administer the new Health Workforce Scholarship Program.
SARRAH has written to a number of Senators and MP’s today voicing concern that due to the Government’s delay in establishing the new Health Workforce Scholarship Program, no scholarships will be available for allied health professional and students who plan to study in 2017. Scholarships are one of...
SARRAH has prepared a position paper on Allied Health Professions and Rural Generalism. It is intended to define the scope of rural generalism in Allied Health Professions including career pathways, required skills and other key areas of particular relevance to rural communities.
Addressing Diabetes-Related Foot Disease in Indigenous NSW: A Scan of Available Evidence is a report prepared by SARRAH for Workforce Planning and Development at the NSW Ministry of Health.
SARRAH has prepared a position paper on Models of Care. It is intended to demystify rural and remote allied health services for interested stakeholders, increase understanding of current models and identify how they might be further developed to improve health outcomes in rural Australia.