Darwin 24-27 May 2015 is the gateway to inspiration on remote and rural health

Friday, 10 April 2015

If you want to know what's the latest news from health service consumers and providers in remote and rural areas of Australia, or how the challenges they face compare with those in Australia's region to the north – then the 13th National Rural Health Conference is the place to be.

We would like you to join is in Darwin to consider such issues and contribute to the set of policy recommendations that will come out of the Conference.   To be part of the conversation, register now for the 13th National Rural Health Conference. While you are on the Conference website, make sure to check out the list of keynote speakers  and have a look at the full program to see the range of papers being presented in concurrent session.

If you can get to Darwin a day earlier, register for one of the pre-conference events . Many arts and health presentations will also weave their way throughout the Conference program, including a theatre piece on organ donation.  There's to be a Taste of the Tropics dinner.  Larrakia Nation and Barkly Regional Arts are leading the Conference's engagement with the local Indigenous people and their arts displays and performances.

Finally, we would like to give a big ‘Thank you’ to our sponsors

Hope to see you in Darwin soon!