Transition to Practice Seminar – from the Classroom to the Clinic Seminar
ATMS is excited to announce we will be hosting a special student event, Transition to Practice Seminar, presented by Robert Medhurst and Christine Pope in Brisbane, on Sunday 25 August 2019 at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane.
The Seminar will provide a clear step-by-step guide on how to set up a practice – what you should be doing NOW as a student and what to do once you graduate to make your clinic as successful as it can be.
The Seminar will provide practical insights on:
- Where and how to set up a practice
- How to set up and manage your marketing and finances
- How to create a website and build your business through social media
- What you should be doing to prepare for practice before you graduate
- Tips and traps for the newly graduated
ATMS encourage all complementary health students and recent graduates to attend this one-day event and learn from industry experienced professionals!
Read what attendees have said about the event:
“Outstanding practical information and passionately presented, I loved it and got lots of value from being there.”
“Both Robert and Christine were clear and very knowledgeable. I appreciated their tips and assistance with answering questions. Both were approachable and kind.”
“I am now armed with solid information on what is needed to start a practice and make it a success.”
“Robert and Christine were a wealth of knowledge and so open to questions and advice. It has helped me with my future plans to open a home clinic and made me aware there are others including ATMS that are willing to help me succeed.”
Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane
23 Leichhardt Street
Brisbane City, QLD 4000
9:00am – 4:30pm
Essential Items to bring lunch, notepad and pen.
ATMS Student Member: $25
Standard ticket: $75
Speaker & Program Highlights
Robert is an experienced Naturopath and has worked in this area for 35 years. He holds a Bachelor degree in Naturopathy and qualifications in Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Nutrition, Massage, Pathology, Workplace Training and Assessment, and Business Management. He’s operated four successful Naturopathy clinics in metropolitan Sydney and currently manages a Naturopathy clinic in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. Robert teaches Clinical Nutrition, Practice Management and research studies at Endeavour College in Adelaide and is the author of several books, including The Business of Healing, a common-sense guide to the establishment and management of the non-medical healthcare practice.
Christine holds a Bachelor of Commerce (1984), Bachelor of Health Science (2010), Adv. Dip. Of Homeopathy (2005) and Nutrition (2013). Her unusual combination of skills come from twenty years in Risk Management in Investment Banking before her career a natural medicine practitioner. Her focus is on preventative health. Christine was Head of Department of Nutrition at Nature Care College for 3 years and currently lectures in Homoeopathy and Nutrition as well as teaching business skill programs for natural therapists. Christine is Chair of the ATMS Marketing Committee and has managed extensive growth in the social media channels.