Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Professional Isolation

Professional isolation refers to a sense of isolation from your professional peers. It can result in a sense of estrangement from your professional identity and practice currency, or feel like you have ‘no one to turn to’ to discuss and share professional issues and ideas.

For Allied Health Professionals, professional isolation can be an issue in remote and rural practice. However it is important to understand that professional isolation is not about distance, it is about lack of professional networks and contact. The most remote Allied Health Professionals may not consider himself or herself professionally isolated if he/she has strong professional networks.    Read more . . .
Not for Allied Health Professionals only. 
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