Peter Brown—An appreciation

Gordon Gregory , Russell Roberts, David Perkins, James Dunbar

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After 15 years as AJRH Manager for the National Rural Health Alliance (NRHA), Peter Brown has left for new professional challenges. That is a long five-set match by anyone's measure. This piece is to thank Peter for his great service—not just to AJRH but to the NRHA in total—now that ‘Game, Set and Match’ has been intoned.
The most important fact to confirm in this piece is that in everything he did with and for the NRHA and AJRH, Peter was respected, patient, thorough and obliging. He was a generous colleague who became a friend to all who got to know him through his work.
In 2006, Peter transferred from Services for Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) to become a valued member of the NRHA team. As the NRHA's Manager for AJRH, the entity with which he was dealing was Wiley-Blackwell. He was very good at all aspects of the work involved in that—although he always said that the professionalism and good humour displayed by the staff at Wiley-Blackwell with whom he worked made the challenge a relatively comfortable one.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)821-822
Number of pages2
JournalAustralian Journal of Rural Health
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 08 Dec 2021


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