Yvette Howe

Yvette Howe

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 11:33

5 ways to boost your health practice website

Last week we looked at organic search results and completed a little activity for our own practice websites. Today we look a little closer at the simple things you can work on, or discuss with your website administrator to boost the performance of your website.

Do you have a website for your practice? How does it perform compared with other sites when clients (or prospective clients) search for it? Have you googled your own practice lately?

 

Canberra | Saturday 14 October 9.00am - 4.30pm

Venue: Pavilion on Northbourne, 242 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson ACT

Overview: The lymphatic system can be compromised following trauma or scar tissue, as well as surgical interventions. This one day course hosted by the AHTA will provide participants with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to competently assess the lymphatic function in the upper limb, and apply strategies to managing lymphatic flow for clients.

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 13:22

New technology to help your practice

Here at Maida Learning we love learning about new things in the allied health space – including new technology that can innovate and enhance the way we deliver our services and run our businesses.

Hello there! Today I would love to share some info with you from a great event I attended recently with Google.

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.

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!

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