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Remote and rural mentoring program



The remote and rural mentoring program has been developed to assist remote, rural, and isolated health practitioners with:

The purpose of the program is to support and mentor new graduates in remote practice, being either a recent graduate or an experienced professional. The program also provides current health professionals in remote practice with the knowledge and skills required to provide effective mentoring - transferable skills that they can utilise every day in their own practice.

The eRemote coordinator provides support for the online module and with the assistance of Bush Support Services, develop the mentoring relationship through regular contact including use of telephone, emails, and Skype.

Health practitioners wishing to participate in the program apply by filling in the registration form. This form enables prospective participants to nominate how they wish to participate in the program as a mentor or as a mentee and helps to facilitate the matching process. Applicants are assessed against the selection criteria and usually advised of the outcome of their application within two weeks.

Abstract adapted from CRANAplus


Julie Stewart
eRemote Coordinator
Ph: 0407 658 209


Last updated: 23 January 2014
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