SEMPHN is committed to providing support to staff working in primary care and supporting and establishing local professional networks for Practice Nurses, Practice Managers and Practice Owners.
How do they generally work?
SEMPHN is supporting both new, and established, practice networks. The networks help you get together with, and learn from, your peers, presenters and invited guests.
Generally, guest speakers will cover a relevant topics, followed by informal networking with your peer group.
SEMPHN is hosting a dedicated online forum for each network to ask questions of each other, stay connected and share information and resources.
Each network group will help identify topics of interest, with SEMPHN providing a link to providers, specialists and guest speakers.
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Where are they located?
SEMPHN is establishing networks across the SEMPHN region. This will include Practice Nurse, Managers and Principals/Owners networks in Frankston, Dandenong and St Kilda.
Established Practice Nurse Network groups have been running in Hampton and Berwick for some time.
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We acknowledge the Kulin Nation who are the traditional custodians of the land our catchment covers. We pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future, and uphold their relationship to this land.
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