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ANNOUNCEMENT! Creating a Better Member Experience

We are excited to advise that the ASPM Committee is working to create a better member experience. The Association Specialists (TAS) will now take on the administrative management of ASPM and,  over the next 6 to 8 weeks, TAS will implement an innovative automated web-based platform built on a software called "membes" - a versatile management programme developed specifically for professional associations. 

The end product will be a new customised website that will provide: automated membership applications and renewals; an integrated mobile app; event management and registrations; member communication; online payments integrated with financial software; and a platform that will allow for many future developments.

The new system will allow the committee to focus on the development of more benefits for members, including educational opportunities and avenues for peer support, mentoring, supervision and networking, to say nothing of increase revenue and grow ASPM as an organisation.

The new contact phone number is 02 9431 8666 
NEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS WELCOME
Dynamic, collegial and productive professional associations are created by the members who volunteer to be on the committee. Please consider representing your colleagues and advancing the cause of the Whole Person Generalist. 
Nadeem Siddqui, President, ASPM

Integrating the Art and Science of Mental Health in General Practice: Caring for the GP and the Patient

Saturday, 1 August 2020

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON

This conference will build on the success of the 2019 ASPM and RACGP 'Trauma-informed care in general practice' joint conference, which connected GPs by sharing practical skills and concepts that help manage the complex mental health needs of patients. It will be run as a series of 90-minute interactive workshops that address scenarios from everyday general practice.

 

Click here to download the Joint Conference Programme

Contact the ASPM Office to be included on our distribution list - admin@aspm.org.au 

Venue:
Karstens
123 Queen Street
Melbourne

GP Psychological Medicine Training: for GPs by GPs

RACGP Activity No. 98147

Watch this space.  We hope to run this workshop prior to the Joint Conference in Melbourne

If you would like to be placed on our distribution list please contact admin@aspm.org.au



Integrating the Art and Science of Mental Health in General Practice: Caring for the GP and the Patient

Saturday, 1 August 2020

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON

This conference will build on the success of the 2019 ASPM and RACGP 'Trauma-informed care in general practice' joint conference, which connected GPs by sharing practical skills and concepts that help manage the complex mental health needs of patients. It will be run as a series of 90-minute interactive workshops that address scenarios from everyday general practice.

 

Click here to download the Joint Conference Programme

 

Contact the ASPM Office to be included on our distribution list - admin@aspm.org.au 

Venue:
Karstens
123 Queen Street
Melbourne

GP Psychological Medicine Training: for GPs by GPs

RACGP Activity No. 98147

Watch this space.  We hope to run this workshop prior to the Joint Conference in Melbourne

If you would like to be placed on our distribution list please contact admin@aspm.org.au