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Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine - professional home of Rural Generalists & Specialist GPs caring for rural and remote communities
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Danielle Mazza 20h
An exemption for ms2step prescribers from current telehealth restrictions will give equity of access for Australian women. Our perspective piece in today
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Tim Leeuwenburg 19h
...it’s still early days, but is partnering with agencies such as & (signatories to the 2016 joint position statement on emergency responses in rural Oz) & generously supported by grants from
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ACRRM 18h
The is hosting a free webinar on ‘Physician wellness in the era of COVID-19’ presented by Dr Michael Myers on Wednesday 30 Sept, at 8am (AEST). This webinar is open to all medical professionals. Register here >>
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ACRRM Sep 17
ACRRM supports today’s announcement of a six-month extension to Medicare-subsidised telehealth to facilitate access to vital primary health care services during the pandemic. Read the release here >>
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Ruth Stewart Sep 17
Clinical courage is why some step forward to do what must be done
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Dr Marian Dover Sep 16
Just so we're on the same page, Rural Generalists are those badass, hold-the-chopper-while-I-stabilise-this-critically-unwell-patient, close to their home, serving a community, saving a tonne of $$, there where they're needed most, type doctors.
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ACRRM Sep 16
Rural doctors are asking patients to be honest about any cold and flu-like symptoms they may have when visiting a hospital or doctor. Read the joint release with here >>
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ACRRM Sep 15
ACRRM proudly supports Nursing in the Community Week and acknowledges the integral role nurses play in health care teams and patient care in rural communities. Read the release here >>
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ACRRM Sep 15
"Ruth’s been gunning for significant reform of Australia’s rural and remote health system for two decades. This is her clear shot." ACRRM board member and author profiles in the latest issue of Outback Magazine. Read more >>
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Ahpra Sep 14
Tell us how COVID-19 has impacted your training this year by completing the MTS. Look out for the link in renewal of reg, or for interns, IMGs & docs in training who have renewed and not completed the survey, check your email for your survey link. Info: .
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ACRRM Sep 14
The Approach to Care Natural Disasters course introduces you to the public health & psychosocial issues associated with environmental disasters & the role that can be played by primary health practitioners in responding to individual & community impact. >>
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Dan Wilson Sep 14
Hey, it’s me. training is the best career in the world. Have a listen for the benefits of an career.
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ACRRM Sep 13
Now more than ever, our community needs to enhance their support networks to navigate the changing landscape they face. ACRRM Mentor Match allows you to connect and support other members on their RG journey. Learn more and join now >>
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Family of missing vet Lukas Orda make emotional plea for search to resume after live export ship capsized
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R U OK? Sep 8
Do you know what to say after R U OK? Find out in this thread👇 👇 👇
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ACRRM Sep 9
ACRRM congratulates on being elected as incoming President of the . Dr Price’s election campaign focused on recognition of the profession, a mandate says will benefit all GPs, no matter which College they are aligned to. >>
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ACRRM Sep 9
This and provides a timely reminder to rural and remote health professionals to look after themselves and each other. ACRRM remains committed to supporting members so they in turn can support their communities. >>
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ACRRM Sep 8
Friendly reminder to check in on YOUR heath during (7-11 September 2020) and take positive actions for your health and wellbeing. Sign up for information and free resources at
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ACRRM Sep 8
A Queensland Government trial to enable pharmacies in the state to undertake testing is a recipe for disaster and a sure-fire way to spread the virus, we have warned with today. Read the joint release here >>
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ACRRM Sep 8
Have you ordered your PPE? Isolation gowns, goggles and surgical masks are available now for ACRRM and members >>
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