CEO Lunch event

CEO Lunch Event goes virtual

Like most of the global community, our in-person events were cancelled, so we pivoted our CEO Lunch to a CEO Virtual Lunch, which, thanks to our amazing partners, ensured an incredible interactive discussion with likeminded people.  We did plenty of behind-the-scenes preparation. We wanted to provide an experience that could replicate an on-site visit to our Centre for Country Kids, and also find ways to engage…

team building volunteering

Is it team building or volunteering? – A powerful proposition

Corporate team building activities bring many benefits to your Company, including increased staff motivation, collaboration, productivity and creativity. We have been working hard to create combined volunteering and team building activities for increased engagement with our partners, their organisations and communities. COVID–19 presented us with a great opportunity to really challenge ourselves to shift our volunteering programs…

UNICEF Partnership

When the village is no more, how do you raise the child? 

Impacted by drought, bushfire and the restrictions of COVID-19, many rural communities are fighting for their existence. As agricultural and tourism businesses go under, local supply businesses fail and families fracture under the strain of hard work, mounting losses, and isolation, financial and emotional reinvestment in each community slows and then stops. And when this happens, urgent and significant action is needed…

Medical Journal of Australia – InSight Newsletter: now is the time for majority clinician adoption of telehealth

Our own Professor Alexandra Martiniuk, University of Sydney, National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Translating Research into Practice Fellow, recently made the case for increased telehealth adoption and wrote about this in the Medical Journal of Australia InSight publication. MJA InSight is Australia’s highest circulating medical e-newsletter and is trusted by the medical community…

RFW and The University of Sydney collaborate to build telehealth knowledge globally

Telehealth services hold so much promise to address some of the most difficult health system problems, including barriers to service access for rural and remote communities – particularly for children. However, telehealth continues to face major challenges to being embedded into existing work flows, sustainability and expansion. Royal Far West has been working with Professor…