Research at the School of Rural Health
Learn more about the team of leading researchers at the School of Rural Health's Dubbo and Orange campuses.
The ARCHER team are exploring the health and wellbeing of children in rural areas as they progress from childhood through adolescence and puberty.
Our research into health issues facing Indigenous Australians puts us at the forefront of this specialist field and our specialist projects aim to make a unique contribution to this knowledge.
Learn more about how we developed, implemented and assessed a unique population health program in a regional Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service.
Learn more about the unique learning and developmental outcomes students can expect when they undertake training and placements in rural communities.
Our researchers are helping to develop safe work practices for chemicals, vermin control, quad-bikes and other unique risks facing people working in agricultural and farming industries.
The Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre explores the role of technologies in facing the unique health and wellbeing challenges for young people growing up on the land.
We're leading the way in the development of new simulation tools and techniques for use in remote medicine and trauma education.