RDAA dedicates significant resources to ensure rural and remote doctors views and the needs of their communities are taken into account when government is developing it's policy priorities.  We are regularly asked to make submissions on key issues regarding workforce, training programs, clinical guidelines and much more.  RDAA will make representations to medical colleges, industries which influence the health outcomes for people living in rural and remote Australia and various regulatory bodies.


We value our members views so please feel free to reach out and let us know if there is a submission or policy area we need to work on, or provide your input to policies/submissions in development.  Email [email protected]