2 years ago

When:
5 April, 2016

Location:
Theatre A1, Old Engineering, The University of Melbourne

Organised by:
Interprofessional Education and Practice Health Students Network


Why does a GP need to know what an optometrist does? When would a dentist need to communicate with a radiographer? How would an emergency room doctor get in touch with a physiotherapist? When would a social worker and music therapist become involved?

Following on from the success of the IPEP Seminar series in 2015, come along to IPEP’s first seminar of the year (it’s FREE and food and drinks are provided!) to learn the answers to these questions, and many more, about the WHEN/WHERE/WHY/HOW of communicating with other health providers about our patients.

The evening will feature a panel discussion with current practitioners from a range of disciplines, regarding the characteristics of effective communication and the nuts and bolts of going about it. We know that it’s important to work together effectively, let’s learn how to go about doing so!

Please register your attendance at: https://interprofessionalcommunication.eventbrite.com.au/