This program supports the growth, sustainability and value of the rural and remote allied health workforce and the proliferation of rural generalist service models that deliver accessible, safe, effective and efficient services for rural and remote consumers.

SARRAH Provides grants to transform your rural practice by recruiting and/or existing early-career Allied Health Professionals. 

What do you get from TAHRGETS?
Education fees: Assistance for early career allied health professionals wishing to commence on the allied health rural generalist pathway. These fees will cover the Rural Generalist Program (JCU) for new graduates commencing on the Level 1 AHRG Pathway, or the Graduate Diploma of Rural Generalist Practice (JCU) for early career professionals. 

Workplace training grants: paid directly to the organisation. These grants can be used to cover backfill/and or support the rural generalist trainee to complete education, supervision and project components of the program.

Need more information?
Visit our website. 

Samantha Barber, a previous trainee said that:  

‘I've found the pathway to be a great opportunity to enhance my skills not only clinically, but also through refreshing the theoretical principles within my practice and has given me the next step to get into bigger and better things within my work.

How to apply? Click on the "Apply now"


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Applications close on 28th October 2022

This project is funded by the Commonwealth Department of Health 

Dear colleagues,

SARRAH is calling for nominations to the Allied Health Rural Generalist Accreditation Council. 
Established as an independent council under the Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) corporate governance structure, the Allied Health Rural Generalist Accreditation Council (the Council) accredits post‐professional education programs in rural generalist practice for allied health professions as part of the Allied Health Rural Generalist (AHRG) Pathway.

More information on membership terms and conditions can be found in the 
nomination form. 
All inquiries and nominations to: by Friday 16 September 2022.
This is a very exciting initiative that has been in development for some time and SARRAH acknowledges all those people who have made this important step in the development of the Allied Health Rural Generalist pathway possible, particularly, Qld Health.
Please feel free to send this email to anyone who you think would be interested.

Catherine Maloney
Chief Executive Officer


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