The Health Education and Training Institute (HETI), Northern NSW Local Health District, Australian Rural Health Research Collaboration (ARHRC), NSW Health and our Congress partners are proud to present the fifth NSW Rural Health and Research Congress to be held in Tweed Heads on 9-11 November 2016.
The Congress, held each year in a rural NSW location, provides people from health and research related fields with an opportunity to attend a high quality forum which brings together the latest information on rural health.
Delegates come from a wide range of backgrounds including nursing, medical, allied health, clinical, research, academia, administration and the private health sector.
The Congress theme for 2016 “The Rural Health Vision – translate, integrate & innovate!” will explore the pathways from envisaging to achieving excellence in rural health services.
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- Professional colleges
- Cancer councils
- State-based, national and international cancer control organisations and agencies.
- Cancer or health services
- Government organisations
- Academic institutions.
The Cancer Institute NSW will consider events that meet this criteria on a case-by-case basis, and will not support activities or groups that do not comply with strict evidence-based principles.