Rural Clinical School

RCS Research Fellow wins award for the most engaging lightning presentation at the 2016 Rural and Remote Health Symposium

Rural Clinical School Research Fellow Colleen Cheek won the award for the most engaging lightning talk presentation at the 2016 Rural and Remote Health Symposium in Canberra.

She presented "Early intervention for children with ASD through a rural hub and spokes model".

Colleen shared details of the important local health and community services in the North-West region as well as the Rural Clinical School’s collaborative research to help improve access to these services and outcomes for rural people.

Click here to view the presentation online

Published on: 11 Oct 2016