At the 2nd Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Perinatal Infant Special Interest Group (PI SIG) of the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses (ACMHN), a report will be given on the Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Nurse eNetwork.
There’s over 200 more people on the eNetwork than who will be at the AGM, so this very brief post and 5 minute-long video are for those who are interested in the eNetwork but won’t have a chance to be in Noosa when the report is given.
In short, the eNetwork is growing, thus:
Activity on the eNetwork is humming-along, like this:
And the place to subscribe/unsubscribe is here:
If you want more info please visit this page and/or have a look at the video.
Two last things.
 I’m not representing the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses, or anyone else for that matter (see Q13 here). This video/blog post have come about because I had a bit to do with getting the eNetwork up and running, so am interested in looking-at and reporting-on its development. That’s it.
 This is a scheduled blog post. So, although written on 03/06/13, it’s scheduled to go public at about the same time the ACMHN PI SIG AGM ends.
Paul McNamara, 6th June 2013