Allied Health Leaders Network "AHLN-online" AHLN Online

Are you working inter-professionally in allied health leadership?  Would you value the opportunity to network and share resources with others in similar roles?  Here is an exclusive new benefit made available through your membership – the Allied Health Leaders Network (AHLN).
 

Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA), on behalf of its Member Organisations, is hosting an online network for allied health professionals who wish to linkup with others across Australia, to pursue inter-professional collaboration and sharing of information relevant to allied health teamwork in service delivery, research and education.

The online communications forum AHLN-online will facilitate supportive collegial networking amongst AHLN-online participants as it enables participants’ profiles to be listed, documents or web-based links to be uploaded and shared, comments written and messages left.
 

An AHLN-online Advisory Team of allied health professionals has guided the development of AHLN-online to meet allied health leaders’ interests and needs. It has been established with initially 12 sections including:

Leadership  Public Health Settings  Private Practice Management 
ePractice  Cultural Integrity  Clinical Education and Training
Facilitating Research  Rural and Remote  Communities of Practice 

Participants will be able to communicate with others in like roles or with similar interests.  Get involved – it’s easy – all you need to do is log in to the Members Area of our website and look for the Button (pictured below) which will take you to the registration form.   

Please spread the word amongst your allied health colleagues – but note – it is an exclusive member benefit for members of AHPA’s Member Organisations: Audiologists, Chiropractors, Dietitians, Exercise Physiologists, Genetic Counsellors, Music Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Orthoptists, Orthotist/Prosthetists, Osteopaths, Hospital Pharmacists, Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Perfusionists, Psychologists, Social Workers, Sonographers and Speech Pathologists.