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Managing Stress on the Farm Book Hard Copy

** CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK ** Due to the high demand we are currently out of stock. If you would like to go on our waiting list please call the NCFH on 03 5551 8533. Small numbers of Managing Stress on the Farm book may be ordered with free postage. If you are having an event you may order up to 100 copies (Please put event name into the ORDER NOTES section when you Checkout). If you require greater than 100 copies for your event please contact us directly: Phone: 03 5551 8533 Email: ncfh@wdhs.net [caption id="attachment_10516" align="aligncenter" width="211"]

SnapshotRuralVic Book

The #SnapshotRuralVic coffee table book showcases the incredible entries across our social platforms from participants right across Victoria and the National Centre for Farmer Health are proud to now offer this unique book which encapsulates a time like no other for this generation of storytellers. With 84 glossy pages, this soft cover book measures 285mm x 210mm. Postage is $10 and will be added at checkout. *You may choose FREE COLLECTION at checkout for the #SnapshotRuralVic book only [not safety products]. You will receive an email telling you that your book has "BEEN SHIPPED" when it is ready for collection at: Western District Health Service FRONT RECEPTION 20 Foster Street Hamilton 9am-5pm Monday-Friday [PLEASE NOTE YOU WILL HAVE TO GO THROUGH COVID SCREENING PRIOR TO ENTER THE HEALTH SERVICE = QUESTIONS+TEMPERATURE CHECK].
Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health Book

Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health PDF

This book contains a series of chapters developed from presentations made at the 2012 NCFH Conference ‘Sowing the Seeds of Farmer Health’. Each of the chapters helps fulfil the NCFH’s ongoing vision of “inspiring quality education, research and service delivery through innovative partnerships that advance agrihealth locally and globally”. This book provides an opportunity to document and distribute the lessons and innovative approaches developed in the field of agricultural health, wellbeing and safety, and provides a sound basis for ongoing work into the future. Published by