About the AHRG Pathway
A multi-jurisdictional strategy to advance the concept of an Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway (AHRGP) has been under development since 2013. The collaboration involved in developing the AHRGP brings together health and education sector partners from across Australia.
Rural Generalism
National Allied Health Conference - SARRAH Presentation videos
This panel discussion was held during the National Allied Health Conference on 11 August 2021, and features representatives from organisations participating in the Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway. Click on the thumbnails to access 5-7 minute presentations on aspects of the pathway.

The Allied Health Rural Generalist Pathway initiative is a collaboration between the Allied Health Professions’ Office of Queensland (AHPOQ), New South Wales Ministry of Health, Northern Territory Department of Health, Western Australia Country Health Service and Department of Health Western Australia, Rural Support Service, SA Health, Tasmanian Health Service, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services, James Cook University, Queensland University of Technology and Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH).

The current expansion of the AHRG Pathway in the private and non-government sectors is being supported by funding provided by the Commonwealth Department of Health. For more information, see our TAHRGETS page.

Further Information on the allied health rural generalist pathway and initiatives

Please contact SARRAH if you require more information on the allied health rural generalist pathway.

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 1800 338 061