The National Rural Health Alliance produces policy documents as one of the elements of its information and advocacy activities. The documents include media releases, brief and more comprehensive position papers, election charters and submissions. The policy development process begins with agreement by Council of the issue to be considered, followed by a collaborative development of content and approach; and ends with sign-off by Member Bodies on the final publication. Input to policy positions is sought from friends of the Alliance and other key stakeholders.
All the Alliance's published documents, plus selected other historical papers on rural and remote health, are available on the 'Rural and Remote Health Papers' CD which is available free of charge to members of friends of the Alliance.