eSatchel

In consideration of our preference for non-printed satchel inserts, we offer a digital advertising opportunity to reach delegates directly pre- and post-conference by including a downloadable promotional flyer or brochure on the conference website and App eSatchel.

For further information or to book an eSatchel, contact Raye Picoto of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine on 1800 223 226 or by emailing r.picoto@acrrm.org.au

  • SwiftQ Immediate Care

    SwiftQ Immediate Care Centres provide access to care when you need to see a doctor quickly, but it’s not an emergency. The services provided include non-life threatening, single problem, episodic care. SwiftQ Immediate Care complements the recurring and preventative healthcare services provided by independent GPs operating from Healius’ existing medical centres.

    Healius intends to incorporate SwiftQ Immediate Care Centres to their network of medical centres around Australia.

  • The Humour Foundation - Clown Doctors

    Clown Doctors is the flagship program of The Humour Foundation, a national charity dedicated to promoting and delivering the positive health benefits of humour to the Australian community. Clown Doctors are medical clowns, highly trained, professional performers who deliver doses of fun and laughter to sick children in hospital. Clown Doctors work in partnership with medical professionals to calm and distract in emergency, encourage and assist during OT and physiotherapy and empower during painful or anxiety inducing procedures. Clown Doctors are available in 24 hospitals nationally and they touch the lives of over 250,000 children families and staff every year.

  • Haemochromatosis Australia

    Haemochromatosis Australia is the support, advocacy and health promotion group for people affected by hereditary haemochromatosis. We aim to support those diagnosed with accurate, evidence-based information, raise awareness of the condition in the community, medical and health professions, improve early detection and treatment, support research and improve patient access to treatment. We are a volunteer organisation with a national membership base. We provide information via our INFO LINE 1300 019 028, website www.haemochromatosis.org.au, social media,  print resources, videos and public information sessions.
  • MedReleaf Australia

    MedReleaf Australia is federally licensed to cultivate and manufacture medical cannabis by the Federal Government’s Office of Drug Control (ODC), backed by more than 40 years of pharmaceutical and healthcare expertise, driven by Research and Development.

    We dedicate ourselves to innovation and operational excellence.

    MedReleaf Australia is planning the construction of its state-of-art Australian facility in Queensland. Until then a range of MedReleaf, Aurora and CanniMed products have been imported to the Australian medical market. This is the widest range of medical cannabis products in Australia and has been carefully cultivated in one of several state-of-the-art ICH-GMP, ISO 9001 certified facilities in Canada.

    Our Clinical Support Team can assist you in education and how to make an application for your patient to the TGA.

  • Lohmann & Rauscher

    Lohmann & Rauscher (L&R) develops, manufactures and markets high-quality medical devices to deliver improved quality of life for all patients.  L&R develop customised solutions for the problems faced by patients and healthcare professionals – from classic wound dressing material to modern therapy, fracture management products and operating room consumables.  For more than 160 years  L&R have been identifying changes and trends in the healthcare market and proactively integrating them into our business activities. Our employees’ commitment and our commitment to sustainable actions ensure our mutual success over the long term. The result is outstanding products closely attuned to customers’ needs.

  • Gidget Foundation Australia

    Gidget Foundation Australia is a not for profit organisation providing programs to support the emotional wellbeing of expectant and new parents where and when they need it. The Foundation provides professional psychological support to those in need, and works to promote awareness of and education about perinatal anxiety and depression for the community, workplaces and for health professionals.
  • General Practice Mental Health Standards Collaboration

    The General Practice Mental Health Standards Collaboration (GPMHSC) is a multidisciplinary body that strives to ensure optimal mental health for the Australian population through ensuring high quality GP education and training in mental health.
  • caring @ home

    Resources supporting GPs to manage at-home palliative care
    caring@home, a national palliative care project, provides resources to support people to be cared for and to die at home, if that is their choice. Free resources are available Australia-wide for health care professionals, community service providers and carers to support carers to help manage breakthrough symptoms safely using subcutaneous medicines

  • James Cook University

    James Cook University (JCU) is Australia’s most successful university in producing doctors, dentists, pharmacists and other health professionals who serve regional, rural and remote communities. JCU has a long term commitment to more effective health service delivery in rural Queensland working with and for vulnerable and underserved populations including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. We equip graduates with the skills and confidence needed to work anywhere. Embark on a career with adventure, skills and impact.

  • Menzies - School of Health Research

    Menzies’ Education and Training team coordinates and delivers Charles Darwin University’s postgraduate public health and health research courses and administratively supports higher degree research (HDR) students. Our lecturers and research supervisors are Menzies’ researchers and acclaimed experts in their fields. For more than two decades, Menzies has been delivering public health and research degrees to students who want to make a difference. With Menzies, you can undertake the Graduate Diploma in Health Research, the Graduate Diploma in Public Health, the Master of Public Health, Master by Research and Doctor of Philosophy.

  • End of Life Directions for Aged Care Legal Toolkit

    End of Life Directions for Aged Care (ELDAC) is a project funded by the Australian Government Department of Health to support quality care for older Australians at the end of life. ELDAC has five free evidence-based toolkits to support GPs and aged care workers, including an End of Life Legal Toolkit, available at www.eldac.com.au.