If you know this guy, then you may be very excited by this news - SARRAH  is refreshing the Transition to Remote and Rural Practice Toolkit.
The SARRAH Transition to Rural Practice Toolkit was a heavily used resource available to early career and other health practitioners commencing or contemplating rural or remote practice. It has also been used extensively by Allied Health students as well as universities and teachers in educational institutes to introduce and build understanding of and potential preparedness to undertake a career in in rural health.
The original Toolkit was funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing through its Rural Health Support, Education and Training (RHSET) program, and developed by SARRAH drawing on contributions of content experts in the field, including Allied Health Academics, practitioners, researchers – generally SARRAH members. Now outdated, the Toolkit is in need of substantial content and functionality update, noting major developments (in health, aged care, NDIS and in online resource capability) over recent years.

The Toolkit needs to be adapted and re-developed to enable multimedia content and access via a range of devices, as used by rural and remote clinicians, students, and other users.

Your help is very important to review and redevelop the Toolkit. 

How can you help?
  1. Invest in developing the toolkit.
    We are offering several partnering opportunities that will give you access to the full toolkit for your staff or students, and give you the opportunity to influence the content development. More info here.
  2. Joining the Steering Committee
    Decide on content areas and monitor the development work. Volunteer through the survey, or email with your interest.
  3. Becoming a Toolkit Expert
    Share your knowledge, your expertise, your wisdom. You can either donate your time, or SARRAH will enter into a royalty-sharing agreement with you for any modules that you contribute to. Volunteer through the survey, or email with your interest.
  4. Telling us what you need.
    Respond to our survey to ask what’s most important to you.
Head here to find out more about how you can be involved.

Need more information? contact or phone 1800 338 061.


Cath Maloney

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