We released the Allied Health Professionals discussion paper today, and it summarises responses from allied health members to an extensive survey about your experiences at work and priorities for change.
The issues laid out in the paper are taken directly from the data of the survey and from HACSU members working within the broad spectrum of allied health as it is currently defined.
It says what most of you know – we need to get busy addressing a range of issues to make Tasmania an attractive place to come and work and build a lasting and valued career.
In the coming weeks we'll be establishing working groups made up of health professional members to establish a reasoned position on a range of matters, and we want you to get involved.
The working groups will focus on classification, resourcing and workload, education and professional development, worker well-being and job satisfaction, and a range of other issues addressed by a general working group.
Keep your eye out for more details and meeting dates in your area.
For more information, please contact HACSUassist on 1300 880 032 or firstname.lastname@example.org