Networking

Networking is an important part of professional practice for health professionals. Finding out what is happening elsewhere and establishing working contacts and relationships helps to keep you linked in to your profession or your area of interest.

Social Media is one way to do this. Facebook and Twitter, for example, are two popular social media platforms being used by groups to share information on professional topics.

Websites

Documents

Professional Groups

  • Australian Allied Health in Palliative Care (AAHPC) is a group developed to facilitate and promote research and to be a voice to promote and raise the profile of Allied Health in palliative care
  • Australian Psychological Society (APS) has the Psychology and Ageing Interest Group. Many members in this Interest Group have expertise in palliative care support for clients and the family
  • Cancer Council QLD has a Health Professional Cancer Network
  • Palliative Care Social Workers Practice Group - NSW (PCSW) is a group established to provide mentoring, support, information and resource sharing for social workers working in hospices or palliative care situations
  • OT Australia: Victorian Oncology & Palliative Care Interest Group: This group aims to support occupational therapists working in Oncology & Palliative Care through maintaining and further developing a group that provides a range of professional development, research and networking opportunities

Facebook and Twitter

Last updated 12 May 2017