Clinician 1: Getting Started
Here are some steps to get started using the Clinician 1 community website.
Special Interest Groups allow you to connect and share knowledge with a subset of members that have a special interests in common with you. By joining groups (and you can join as many as you like) you will quickly find members and enter into conversations that match your expertise and interests. If enough of your colleagues want to start a new a group, you can always create one of your own and invite your colleagues to join. To get started click here to search for and join some groups now.
Create your network of colleagues, classmates or fellow clinicians from around the country. There are 2 ways to create a network of colleagues. The first is to search through the member listings for colleagues that are already Clinician 1 members. From there you can simply add them to your network. If you have colleagues or classmates that are not members yet then simply invite them to join Clinician 1 and to join your network. It is totally free and you can invite as many people as you like. Colleagues and groups allow you to organize your network in many ways to enable focused communication and knowledge sharing.
Posts are questions or observations from the members to all members or to specific groups. Whether it is a suggestion for a diagnosis or a discussion around career choices, the power of the Clinician 1 membership comes alive through the conversations amongst its members. You can search for posts in a variety of ways and posting your comments to them is only a few clicks away. Have a conversation you want to start? Simply click the “new post” button that is on the top right of every page. If you choose to, Clinician 1 even allows for you to create short surveys to each post and you can even upload images to add a picture to your post.
Getting started will only take 5-10 minutes. So we invite you to engage with your peers and colleagues, provide your valuable knowledge to the conversations that fuel Clinician 1.