Unfortunately due to the upcoming General Election we are postponing the 9th of December 2019 Yorkshire Regional Seminar to next year. We will be in touch with a new date and location in due course
YOUR involvement will make this alliance a potent problem solving, practical group offering opportunities for collaborative learning and support.
You can support the important work of the Alliance by becoming a member.
Members have the opportunity to have their voice heard and to influence the work of both the National Centre for Rural Health and Care and the Rural Services Network.
“We have a unique opportunity to bring issues, concerns and examples of good practice together at a national level to affect rural health and care provision and impact healthcare outcomes in our rural communities”
(Professor Richard Parish CBE Executive Chair – National Centre for Rural Health and Care)
Contribute to our overall aims. These are to enable more effective planning and better use of resources for healthcare delivery for rural communities, and to help to improve health outcomes for rural people.
Membership will cost £500 per year, and in return RHCA will provide a forum and active processes which brings together those with an interest in addressing the inequalities in health and care in rural areas.
Areas of focus centre on:
TECHNOLOGY – RESEARCH – INSIGHT – WORKFORCE
Current priorities relate to:
PUBLIC SECTOR FUNDING, BARRIERS TO ACCESS, FUTURE OF RURAL AREAS, HEALTH AND WELLBEINGWITH RURAL VULNERABILITY BEING A CROSS CUTTING ISSUE
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