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In this section of the website, you have access to a number of publications from SARRAH.
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Addressing Diabetes-Related Foot Disease in Indigenous NSW: A Scan of Available Evidence is a report prepared by SARRAH for Workforce Planning and Development at the NSW Ministry of Health.
SARRAH has prepared a position paper on Models of Care. It is intended to demystify rural and remote allied health services for interested stakeholders, increase understanding of current models and identify how they might be further developed to improve health outcomes in rural Australia.
SARRAH has put together an overview of the health budget including a summary of the few initiatives that have a rural health focus or impact. You can also see what others, including the political parties, have been saying about the budget.
SARRAH has prepared a submission to the National Disability Insurance Scheme's Information, Linkages and Capacity Building Commissioning Framework. Please read the submission by clicking the link below.
SARRAH has prepared a submission for the Federal Government Senate Community Affairs Reference Committee regarding aged care. Please read the submission by clicking the link below.
SARRAH has prepared a submission for the Federal Government regarding the 2016-17 Federal Budget. Please click the link below to read the submission.
Read about the experiences of scholars who received a scholarship through the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship Support Scheme (NAHSSS) and how this has supported them in bringing allied health services to rural and remote Australia.
Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) welcomed the opportunity to provide input to the Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) dental and allied health arrangements review.
The SARRAH report investigates the social and economic impacts to both the community and Federal health budget from allied health early intervention services. The report identifies several key points particularly pertinent for rural and remote residents across Australia, due to their relative lack...
This paper reflects SARRAH's position on the impact of allied health professionals in improving outcomes and reducing the cost of treating diabetes, osteoarthritis and stroke. Please click on the link to view the position paper.