"Crisis Communication Strategies"

Free Webinar for Allied Health Professionals, 7pm Tuesday 31 March 2020


Quality Communication Can Make All the Difference

We all know that in times of crisis and uncertainty, we seek out and respond positively to practical and positive communication that serves our needs.

Now is the time for you to be the sensible and well-timed voice in your patients ears' (and in their in-box, phone and social media).

By giving your patients helpful information, options and solutions you can help them to keep engaging in your services (albeit in different ways), maintain their healthcare standards and sustain your practice.

A quality communication program run over the next six months, will reduce long-term impacts to your practice and ensure you are "there" when the world returns to normal (which it will).

What Will I Learn?

  • The elements of an effective crisis communication plan
  • What to say and when to say it
  • Different communication methods
  • Giving patients choice and control
  • Staying in touch and being visible
  • Returning to a sustainable "business as usual"
BONUS Free communications planning worksheet to guide implementation.


7pm (Bne time)
Tuesday 31 March 2020

45 minute presentation with 15 minute live Q&A.

Recording available for all registrants for 30 days however we recommend that you attend live for peer support and to ask your questions.

Your host, Megan Walker

Megan Walker is a health marketing expert and health promoter with over 25 years' experience. She is degree qualified in business, communications and has a Master Business Marketing. Megan has delivered numerous crisis communication programs for health and medical organisations across Australia and is well versed in the proven and practical methods to engage patients and maintain service delivery during uncertain times.

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