Can’t we all just get along? A guide to working with other professionals

A talk by Dr Dan Jolley and Aaron Marshall

21 November 2021, 12:30 AM

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With a passion for interdisciplinary professional collaboration, Dr Dan Jolley (Exercise Phys – Aus) and Aaron Marshall (Physiotherapist – NZ) are here to present a collaborative approach to working with other professionals. Come and learn the importance of scope of practice, professional competence and setting healthy professional boundaries when working alongside other registered professionals for the betterment of your clients. Learn the difference between contracting and collaborating and what you can do to engage other trainers, allied health providers and medical personnel in a way that everyone is respected for their input (a truly respectful and egalitarian way).

• Understanding professional scope of practice – for you and others • Understanding competence • The difference between contracting and collaboration • What a true collaboration should look like • Who can you collaborate with • How to start the process of building a collaboration.