A NSW Rural Doctors Network initiative

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The contributions of rural communities are a foundation of our country’s economy and society. Through good times and bad, they don’t let us down. It's critical that our doctors, GPs, nurses and allied health practitioners take care of themselves so that they can keep our rural communities healthy.

#RuralHealthTogether is an initiative of NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN) to provide rural health professionals with self-care support and access to mental health-related information, both for themselves and for their patients.

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NSW Youth Summit on Living with Drought

UNICEF Australia, with the support of the NSW Government, is hosting the first Youth Summit for young people living with drought in NSW. The Summit will be held from 9-11 October and will bring together children, young people and decision-makers to discuss the challenges they face living with drought in NSW and how responses can be improved. The Summit is also an opportunity for young people living with drought to have a break in beautiful Lake Macquarie.

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Event: Dealing with depression in rural Australia

Presented by RDN and the Riverina Rural Training Hub, and facilitated by Black Dog Institute, this highly interactive, multidisciplinary program is developed specifically to address the needs of clinicians delivering health care for people presenting with depression in a rural setting.

When:  7 September, 9am-4pm
Where: University of Notre Dame, School of Medicine, Wagga Wagga

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