Posts Tagged rural medicine

Tasmanian Intern Program

Tasmanian Intern Program

Meet our next round of Interns! Five remote Tasmanian communities will be farewelling their first group of intern doctors as they leave to embark on the next stage of their intern journeys. Meanwhile, five new medical graduates are getting ready to commence their 13-week internship program, in

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Tasmanian Intern Program

Tasmanian Intern Program

Meet Tasmania’s New Generation of Doctors Tasmania’s newest generation of doctors are being encouraged to consider a career in rural general practice in a federally-funded initiative spearheaded by Ochre Health. The Rural Junior Doctor Training Innovation Fund is an internship program designed to recruit graduate doctors to

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7 top tips for reducing the risk of contracting the spring ‘triple whammy’

7 top tips for reducing the risk of contracting the spring ‘triple whammy’

Ochre Lancefield Country Practice offers 7 tips to help reduce the community’s risk A Lancefield medical practice is urging local residents to take preventative steps to avoid a potential triple whammy condition this spring, comprising flu, hayfever and asthma. Ochre Lancefield Country Practice is a general family

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Mental health: 8 early warning signs

Mental health: 8 early warning signs

Rural doctor and mental health specialist Dr Molly Shorthouse reveals the potential early symptoms of those who may experience a mental health issue. With St Helens having five times the national suicide rate, a local doctor and mental health specialist wants to raise awareness of early warning

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RMA Conference 2017

RMA Conference 2017

Ochre Health has a strong and enduring connection with the rural health sector. Established in outback New South Wales in 2002, Ochre Health plays a vital and integral part in the provision of healthcare to rural communities across Australia. Now celebrating fifteen successful years in the sector,

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