The National Rural Health Conference is the largest biennial event for people who want to improve the health and wellbeing of those who live in rural, regional and remote Australia. It is an opportunity for present and future leaders of the rural and remote health sector – including its community members, health consumers and carers – to exchange information, showcase successes, promote the sector’s agenda and make useful connections.
This will be the 13th biennial conference, and will be held from 24-27 May 2015 at the Darwin Convention Centre in the Northern Territory.
Members of TROHPIQ may apply for funding to attend the National Rural Health Conference through NRHSN – click here for more information.
Early bird registration is now open. To register, go to the National Rural Health Conference website.