Rural doctors release General Practice Policy - call for greater recognition and support

Rural Doctors Association of Queensland (RDAQ) has released its Remote & Rural General Practice in Queensland Policy Position affirming its stance that General Practice is fundamental to the state’s healthcare system.

RDAQ’s paper asserts rural General Practice requires increased recognition and support, as well as new ways of thinking, multidisciplinary models of service delivery, and approaches to training and retention, to enable its viability and sustainability into the future.

It follows the release of the Miles Government’s $1billion Women and Girls’ Health Strategy 2032 earlier this week which proposes nurse-led walk-in women’s health hubs across Queensland, amongst other important measures.

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