Transition to Remote and Rural Allied Health Practice Toolkit

The Toolkit is available in the SARRAH Circle.  You must be a SARRAH member to access the Toolkit.

The Toolkit revision has been proudly sponsored by the Rural Workforce Agencies Network; Monash University; NT Health and IAHA; guided by a dedicated Steering Committee of industry representatives; and supported by the generous contributions and reviews by fifty of your peers.
Buy a licence to the SARRAH Toolkit!
You must be a SARRAH member to purchase the Toolkit.
(Remember - allied health students get free membership to SARRAH)
As a SARRAH Member, a Toolkit licence will cost you $55/year (GST incl).

If you are a member of RWAN, Monash Rural Health or NT Health, contact your allied health staff to get your sponsor link for free access (thank you to our sponsors!)

Need a hand? Message us or send an email to either [email protected] or [email protected]. We’re here to help.
About the Toolkit
The Toolkit has been built to be a resource that you can access at any point and doesn’t need to be done in order. It includes the opportunity to engage with others through discussions and lesson comments.
The Toolkit has been built in the SARRAH Circle:

  • Welcome to the Toolkit
  • Toolkit people (discussion forum)
  • Community profiles (discussion forum)
  • Module 1: Remote and Rural Health: the Inside story
  • Module 2: IAHA Cultural Responsiveness Level 1 course (external and added cost):
  • Module 3: Primary Health Care
  • Module 4: Service delivery
  • Module 5: Professional skills
  • Module 6: Clinical skills
  • Module 7: Making clinical decisions
  • Module 8: Communication
  • Module 9: Ethical practice
  • Module 10: Working in teams
  • Module 11: Managing your wellbeing
  • Module 12: Professional development
  • Module 13: Getting support
  • Module 14: Starting out
  • Stories of Success (whole of Circle discussion forum)
  • Mentoring program (whole of SARRAH)