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Cairns Meeting April 2017
The FRAME Meeting in Cairns, April 2017, will be a one day showcase of what the Rural Clinical Schools do well plus an evening Business Meeting.
Sunday, 30 April
Post Conference - 5.30pm-6.30pm FRAME Business meeting (closed)
Monday, 1 May
11:20am - 12:05pm
FRAME Workshop 1 - Models of Rural Medical Education - the Australian Experience
12:10pm - 1:00pm
FRAME Workshop 1 - Continued
1:00pm - 2:00pm (during lunch)
FRAME – Frame Meeting with DoH staff (closed meeting)
2:00pm - 2:45pm
FRAME Workshop 2 - Innovations in Rural Medical Education
2:45pm - 3:30pm
FRAME Workshop 2 - Continued
4:45pm - 5:30pm
FRAME Workshop 3 - Establishing and Managing a Rural Clinical School (last session of the day, can overstay until 6pm)
WONCA Rural Health Conference
The WONCA Rural Health Conference will be held in Cairns from 29 April - 2 May, with the World Summit on Rural Generalism on 28 April.
A copy of the Wonca program can be downloaded from the website but does not include FRAME
Policy Group
The FRAME Policy Group for 2017 is:
Jennene Greenhill (Incoming Chair)
Policy Group Members
Joe McGirr (Deputy Chair)
Richard Murray
Lizzie Shires
David Garne
David Mills
Jennifer Lang (Professional Staff Representative)
Amanda Barnard (Immediate Past Chair)
Contact details are listed under the Home item.

Chair's Welcome

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It is with great pleasure that I have accepted the role of FRAME Chairperson for the next two years and look forward to working with you to further build the Federation as a highly respected organisation for all stakeholders.

My current position is Associate Dean, Flinders University School of Medicine and Director of the Flinders University Rural Health South Australia. I lead the Masters in Clinical Education, an interactive, online postgraduate program for health professional educators. I am committed to building the rural health workforce and health services.

Rural Clinical Schools and rural medical schools are vastly improving the health and wellbeing of our rural communities through education. We continue to develop with strong Australian Government support to expand our programs and grow the rural health workforce in the future. .

As the incoming Chair, I would like to thank Prof. Amanda Barnard and her team for their tireless dedication and the hard work. Amanda has been a terrific leader for FRAME over the past two years and I look forward to working collaboratively with all members, stakeholders and other relevant national organisations.

For more of Jennene's Welcome