Representing the views of Rural Generalists, rural General Practitioners, and their profession is a key focus of the College. Members’ perspectives are important for informing policies, position statements, Government submissions and reports which influence essential services ACRRM members provide to rural, remote and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Members are also encouraged to represent the College on public committees and forums. For more information, Contact Us.

 

NT-rural-image

ACRRM Policy Priorities 2022

ACRRM calls on all governments to commit to the College action priorities to improve access to quality health care for rural and remote Australians. Find out more about our advocacy on behalf of members.

Advocacy - submissions

Submissions and Reports

College members provide feedback and advice to inform submissions and reports to influence decision makers.

Advocacy - policy

Policy and Position Statements

Representing the views of members is a priority for the College, so that it can meet its vision and purpose and support the health of rural and remote communities.

Advocacy - ext representation

Representing ACRRM

Members are encouraged to represent the College on public committees and forums

Advocacy - ext representation

Get involved in Advocacy

Passionate about promoting Rural Generalism? Here are some useful links and resources to help you represent your profession and your community