The Alliance has a new website. It has been custom designed to provide a user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality which allows easy access to many facets of the Alliance’s work and the latest news. Our extensive policy and advocacy work can now be searched by topic, date, type of publication or keyword.
And when you find something you really like, you can share it through quick links to Facebook and Twitter.
After many months of development, with the user experience firmly in mind, the new website will make it faster and easier for users to navigate and source information on a wide range of topics specific to rural and remote health.
To ensure you get the most out of the new website we have listed a few of the new features below:
The website has been customised to cater for its wide range of users. Significant attention has been paid to layout, menu structure and categorisation of information. From any page on the website, visitors can have instant access to policy documents, latest news, publications, current advocacy work and upcoming conferences in the rural health sector. The website also features a powerful search engine with the ability to narrow search results by topic, date, type or keyword.
Advocacy and Policy work
The new website has a dedicated section to highlight the current focus areas in the Alliance’s policy and advocacy work, making it a valued one-stop hub for current rural and remote health advocacy issues. You can also search our policy work by topic (eg mental health; CVD; diabetes), or by the type of publication (eg position paper; submission; Fact Sheet).
Visitors can stay informed with the latest news of the Alliance including the latest announcements, media releases and opinion pieces. Furthermore, the new website allows visitors to share stories that interest them on Facebook and Twitter.
A new home for Friends of the Alliance
Friends of the Alliance now has a new home where members can keep up to date with latest news and activities, and engage with their State or Territory reps on the Advisory Committee.