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LINKS Mentoring Program
New to the workforce? Connect with experienced professionals for the smoothest possible journey
CRANAplus LINKS Mentoring program offers rural and remote health professionals an opportunity for mutually rich learning and development — beneficial for both the mentee and mentors.
LINKS is a structured program with an online module and mentoring contract agreement, undertaken voluntarily by both mentor and mentee. It’s flexible and accommodates individuals’ specific learning needs in a supportive and nurturing manner. The program focuses on building capabilities in clinical leadership, decision-making, networking and resilience during placements and recently gained employment.
Together with the Mental Health & Wellbeing team and the program coordinator, we provide support to develop the mentoring relationship through regular contact including use of telephone, emails, and Skype.
LINKS stands for:
Ability to Integrate Clinical Skills
Opportunities for Networks
Enhanced Knowledge Base
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
Why go it alone? Express interest in becoming a mentee or mentor today.