We would like to thank all our allied health locums for their hard work and dedication to the NAHRLS programme over the last five years. Their contribution to rural and remote health has meant that their peers have been able to take much needed leave for long awaited holidays or training.
Analysis into the impact of osteoarthritis (OA) after diagnosis indicates that 'baby boomer' Australian women change how they use healthcare services. It is likely that a decrease in doctors visits coupled with an increase in a
Following a competitive tendering process Canberra-based Aspen Medical has been contracted by the Department of Health to manage three healthcare locum programmes to be known as the Rural Locum Assistance Programme (Rural LAP). The new programme took effect from Friday, 1 April 2016.
Spring is here and we have some exciting news to greet the new season. We will now be offering extended placements for our valued clients, we are also participating in STEPtember and have a fascinating story from one of our dedicated registered nurses.
With a vast range of cupcakes to cater for everyone’s taste, including pupcakes for our furry friends, it is fair to say that no one was left out. Thanks to all the magnificent bakers who contributed to the NAHRLS RSPCA Cupcake Day 2015.
We are pleased to announce that NAHRLS will continue to reach the greatest area of need with 375 nursing and midwifery and 50 allied health locum support placements available from 1 July to 31 December 2015.