Scheme to boost rural allied practice

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Pharmacists are among those who will benefit from the new scheme to lure health workers to rural areas, says the NSW Government A two-year education program that will create incentives for allied health professionals to work in regional areas and better equip them with the skills needed for rural practice was today announced in Dubbo.

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