The Role of Network Coordinators
Network coordinators play a vital role in supporting the growth, development, and sustainability of interdisciplinary practitioner communities. Coordinators are the pillars of the MHPN national networks program and their commitment to the program is a key contributor to MHPN’s achievements.
Each network is led by one or more volunteer coordinators. With the support of each network's designated MHPN Project Officer, coordinators are responsible for: facilitating network meetings, organising upcoming meeting details and providing regular feedback to ensure continuous improvement of the networks program for all network members.
What's it like to be a Network Coordinator?
Some of MHPN’s network coordinators have featured in news articles. Read their stories to learn more about what it's like to be a coordinator.
Robyn McKinnon - Launceston Perinatal and Mental Health Network. Read story.
Nicole Jeffery-Dawes - East Kimberley Network. Read story.
Clare Lincoln & Jody Blythe - Frankston Transcultural Network. Read story.
Kathryn Walton - Warwick Network. Read story.
Monica Moore - Sutherland Shire Network. Read story.