Mates of CRANAplus
Becoming a ‘Mate’ of CRANAplus is a unique membership category, to formally acknowledge the links between CRANAplus and your organisation, business or consultancy.
It describes a relationship of mutual benefit between entities who support the behaviours, values and activities of the other.
Mates of CRANAplus receive the following benefits:
Raising your organisational profile through access to wide networks within the industry by;
- Your logo displayed as a supporter of CRANAplus on a designated page of the CRANAplus Website
- Your logo displayed as a supporter of CRANAplus and remote & Isolated Health in the CRANAplus quarterly Magazine (circulation 15000)
- Your organisation promoted through our e-newsletter the CRANApulse reaching over 8000 individuals, corporate members and stakeholders each week
Acknowledgement of your ‘Mates’ status ;
- Your organisation will receive an embossed Certificate of Mateship
- Conditional use of the special “Mates of CRANAplus’ logo to display your support for the remote & isolated health industry
- Copies of the CRANAplus Magazine
Additionally, Mates of CRANAplus may negotiate the following arrangement:
- Reduced rates for Advertising to our niche membership, stakeholders and broader remote and isolated health industry
- Reduced rates on trade displays and advertising through the annual CRANAplus conference
- Access to professional development opportunities
- Access to mentoring
- Consultancy; on remote and isolated health, education, governance and management
- Branding opportunities (e.g. financial sponsoring of CRANAplus training equipment, scholarships and grants)
- Branding opportunities through In-kind sponsorship
* Mates of CRANAplus;
- do not have any individual membership rights
- are not eligible to nominate for the Board of Directors or vote.
- Staff of organisations that are Mates of CRANAplus do not have access to ‘corporate membership rates’.
To become a “Mate“ , fees are dependent on a number of factors, including NFP status, existing inkind relationships and the characteristics of your Business.
To discuss further about becoming a Mate of CRANAplus, please contact the Manager of Communications and Marketing to discuss on 08 8408 8200.
Our Mates Members
Heart Support Australia is the national not-for-profit heart patient support organisation. Through peer support, information and encouragement we help Australians affected by heart conditions achieve excellent health outcomes.
HESTA is the industry super fund dedicated to health and community services. Since 1987, HESTA has grown to become the largest super fund dedicated to this industry. Learn more at hesta.com.au
AMRRIC (Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities) is a national not-for-profit charity that uses a One Health approach to coordinate veterinary and education programs in Indigenous communities.
Our One Health approach recognises the inextricable links between human, animal and environmental health and wellbeing. By working with remote Indigenous communities to improve the health of their pets, we are helping to create healthier, safer and happier communities.
Nurses Memorial Centre
The Nurses Memorial Centre is a ‘living memorial’ to the heroism and sacrifice of the 77 Australian nurses who died in World War Two or survived years in prisoner-of-war camps during that time. Two worlds apart the vision of a living memorial was being formulated, on one side by Edith Hughes-Jones in Melbourne and on the other side by the nurses in captivity.
The Nurses Memorial Centre (NMC) offers a number of scholarships to exceptional candidates, such as nurses and midwives, undertaking postgraduate study at an Australian University or accredited higher education institution. The purpose of these scholarships is to increase access to postgraduate study for nurses and midwives as part of the NMC’s mission to act as “a living memorial” by advancing the nursing profession through education.
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet is an innovative Internet resource that aims to inform practice and policy in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health by making research and other knowledge readily accessible. In this way, we contribute to ‘closing the gap’ in health between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians. The HealthInfoNet is headed up by Professor Neil Drew.
The Central Australian Rural Practitioners Association (CARPA) supports primary health care in remote Indigenous Australia. We develop resources, support education and professional development. We also contribute to the governance of the Remote Primary Health Care Manuals suite. http://www.carpa.com.au