Rural and Remote Health SA & NT: new email signature banners

The establishment of the Rural and Remote Health Discipline and the appointment of Deputy Dean Rural and Remote Health precipitated the development of a uniform approach to branding for the College’s activities along the Central Australian Corridor.

Our staff and students live, work, study and contribute to communities across a significant stretch of Australia. This unique attribute is a clear strength and the refreshed branding aims to signify that we operate in a disparate range of places, but that we have a demonstrable cohesiveness and a common aim: to make a difference in the communities we serve.

As the first stage of this roll-out of refreshed branding commences, staff of Flinders University Rural and Remote Health SA & NT (previously Flinders Rural Health SA and Flinders NT) are encouraged to begin using this artwork for email signatures. Our aim is to:

• avoid inconsistency and confusing messaging to current and potential external partners, Flinders staff and students, and our communities
• demonstrate cohesion amongst Rural and Remote Health staff along the Central Australian Corridor
• develop our unified identity.

The following options are currently available (simply right click and copy):

(co-branded logo)

(new Rural and Remote Health SA & NT email signature banner)

(new Rural and Remote Health SA & NT email signature banner for use in Alice Springs. This embeds the identifier for the Centre for Remote Health building. This identifier was designed by Kathy Abbot, a descendent of the Eastern Arrernte nation who are the traditional Aboriginal owners of the land where Flinders University is located in Alice Springs)

Information about the University’s email signature guidelines, and instructions for adding an email signature, are available at this link. The suggested embedded link for your chosen image is the College homepage:

If you require any assistance or would like to provide feedback, please contact

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