Regional, rural and remote allied health professionals forums

Regional, rural and remote allied health professionals forums

DATE: 13th Jun 2023

Free online forums for regional, rural and remote allied health professionals

These free online forums are blue-sky thinking on how to transform allied health education to meet the current and future workforce and service needs of regional, rural and remote government, not-for-profit, and private organisations.

The forums are for allied health professionals, from new graduates to very experienced, and their managers who provide services to people living in regional, rural and remote areas.

These one-hour online forums are facilitated by staff in the Charles Sturt University School of Allied Health, Exercise and Sports Sciences and funded by the Three Rivers Department of Rural Health.

These forums will explore your perspective on:

  • Changes needed in allied health education to meet contemporary and future needs
  • How government, not-for-profit and private agencies can collaborate in the education of allied health students
  • How agencies and universities can collaborate, e.g. continuing professional development, research, conjoint positions
  • Providing students with high-quality practice experiences that will also benefit the agencies and communities.

To assist with providing key information to inform the online forums, we ask you to please complete a brief survey before the forum. This survey can be completed even if you cannot attend an online forum.

Please register for a date and time that best suits you. Each forum lasts one hour, and registrations close three hours before each forum commences.

Tuesday 13 June – 6.00pm

Wednesday 14 June – 4.30pm

Thursday 15 June – 3.00pm

Friday 16 June – 7.30am

Friday 16 June – 12.30pm

Monday 19 June – 7.30am

Monday 19 June – 12.30pm

Monday 19 June – 6.00pm

Thursday 22 June – 2.00pm

Friday 23 June – 12.30pm

For more information, please contact Michael Curtin – or Isabel Paton –


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For more information

Please contact Associate Professor Michael Curtin
Phone: 02 6051 9209

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