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Women’s health communication needs in rural, regional and remote Queensland

Professor Mary Sheehan and colleagues in the TJ Ryan Foundation’s Women in Queensland Advisory Group have compiled (28.10.20) a detailed report on the importance of access to communication for health advice for Queensland women living in rural and regional areas.

‘Access to communication for advice about health issues is vital for women who live outside the major cities, and urban and inner regional areas of Queensland. These issues require directed concern and attention. Queensland experiences and needs are shared with women in similar geographical areas in other states.

‘This report focusses on health, and ready access to internet health advisory support including a user-friendly source, a “problem solver” resource and a solution to access barriers related to economic disadvantage.’

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