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Remote and Rural Mentoring
CRANAplus LINKS Mentoring program offers rural and remote health professionals, an opportunity of mutually rich learning, and development - beneficial for both the mentee and mentors.
LINKS program is voluntary for individuals to register as either a mentee and mentor. LINKS is a structured program with an on-line module and mentoring contract agreement. In addition, it is flexible and accommodates individuals’ specific learning needs in a supportive and nurturing manner.
Together with Bush Support Services the program coordinator will provide support to develop the mentoring relationship through regular contact including use of telephone, emails, and Skype.
The LINKS program is aimed at:
- Students from all health disciplines
- Recently qualified health professionals
- Health professionals who are new to rural and remote workforce
- Experienced health professionals who wish to mentor
For more information on this dynamic initiative please contact us.