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A STRAIN on health services by fly-in, fly-out workers and grey nomads in the North West is set to be assessed by the Emergency Medicine Foundation.

The foundation has called for ideas from health providers, universities and community groups in Mount Isa for ideas to improve emergency care, medicine delivery, retrieval and telehealth.

A new $100,000 research grant from the Emergency Medicine Foundation hopes to decrease pressure in Mount Isa with doctors and practitioners being encouraged to have a say on solutions to improve services.

Foundation chairman David Rosengren said that the population in Mount Isa had increased by 2.5 per cent and an expected population of 23,544 people by 2016 would put a strain on health services.

“We recognise that in North Queensland that the population does increase with the grey nomads, army and fly-in fly-out workers and we are keen to help doctors and medical services,” Dr Rosengren said.

“Locals living in rural and remote Australia are best positioned to judge what research will most help and will not be the poor cousins to the big city when it comes to funding for crucial research.

“The ultimate end point is to have better regional and rural medical care.”

■Applications close 4pm, November 28. Contact the Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Team on 37205700 or [email protected]

emfoundation.org.au

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