Yvette Howe

Yvette Howe

Tuesday, 20 June 2017 10:01

Do I need a PRODA account?

Do you have a PRODA account? Maybe you heard of PRODA but are unsure what it is? Today we look at what it is, and how it’s beneficial for you as an allied health practitioner.





Adelaide | Wednesday 20 September 6.00pm - 8.00pm

Venue: The Glenelg Pier Hotel, 18 Holdfast Promenade

Cost: $30.00 (meals/snacks available for separate purchase)

Overview: Creating a sustainable practice for the future, and one that reaches your goals is an important concept to have at the forefront of your mind.

This workshop will cover the essential components of measuring success in your practice today and applying steps to ensure you are achieving success into the future. The workshop will guide you through the setup of critical success factors in allied health private practice in the following areas:

- Financial

- Customer/referrer

- Practice processes

- Learning and innovation

As a participant you will be provided with the practical tools and resources you can apply to your own practice straight away.

The workshop is designed for all allied health disciplines will be presented by Amy Geach MBA, M.Clin.Sc, B.App.Sc(OT) Director of Maida Learning, Riverina Hand Therapy, Riverina Kids Therapy

Click here purchase your ticket (our team member Yvette will email you further information following checkout)

If you have joined me over the past couple of weeks as we have explored why difficult conversations are sometimes necessary in the workplace, and how to plan for these – today is the big one! How to actually run that conversation.

Tuesday, 09 May 2017 09:33

Planning for a difficult conversation

Today I will share with you some tips on how to prepare to have a difficult conversation in your workplace - effective planning can lay a good foundation toward positive outcomes.

Last week I completed a TAFE Statement in HR Mentor, Difficult Conversations in the Workplace. It was a great reminder that difficult conversations are sometimes unavoidable in business, but with the right approach and planning, they can achieve outcomes that are not necessarily detrimental for your practice.

If you have followed our blog for the past few years, you will know our passion for marketing in allied health. We love helping you find creative, practical and ethical ways to share your unique service benefits with your target health consumers.
There is however, one thing that we always recommend to all allied health professionals – and that is to make sure you have some sort of tracking system or base line established so you can measure your results!

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 17:13

Privacy Auditing for your Practice

Do you know your obligations as an allied health provider really well under the privacy laws in Australia?  How can you collect client information for enewsletters? What should you have on your consent form and what information should you collect? This webinar will work through the areas of your practice that you need to apply privacy principles and take you through a simple audit process that you can apply.  The audit will allow you to see the areas that you might need to work on more, or the areas that you have covered well.

A great way to keep up to date with news and changes that affect your practice is to subscribe to automatic email updates. We have put together a list of a few essential ones for you - even if you are a practitioner employed within a practice, the following sites can still be useful for you to keep your knowledge current.

Do you use Canva? We are huge Canva fans and after using the online graphic design program for 3 years now, and thought we would share some ideas on how you can use it in your allied health practice.

Tuesday, 24 January 2017 12:51

Developing client satisfaction surveys

Date: Tuesday 8th August 2017 7.00pm AEST (LIVE) 

Duration: 30 minutes

Cost: Free

(Recording will be available for members of Maida Learning)

This webinar will take you through the important aspects of developing and executing client satisfaction surveys in your practice.  The webinar will cover structuring questions, tips and tricks to ensure you get the right information, idea for implementing the survey for your clients, and how to use the responses to improve your practice.  We will also cover offline and online tools to send out your surveys. 

Click here to register

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