At Medibank, we believe all Australians and Psychologists just like you, deserve support when you’re fit and healthy, not just when you’re sick or injured. That’s why we created Live Better: to give all Australians access to online tools to eat, move, and feel better – for free. It could be your blueprint to a healthier and happier you, with lifestyle tips, recipes, expert advice, wellbeing inspiration, fitness guides, and activities. And if you’re an eligible Medibank member with hospital or extras cover, you can earn points towards rewards by tracking your everyday healthy actions in our Live Better app*.
With Medibank Better Minds we’re here to advise, guide and support you through your mental health journey. Whether you’re unsure of what you’re feeling, looking out for a family member, or you simply need to hear another voice.
If you would like to talk to one of our Medibank experts click here
* Must be 18 years or over and have a valid Australian residential address to register for Medibank Live Better. Must be a Medibank member with hospital cover, extras cover, or hospital and extras cover, be up-to-date with premium payments and have signed up to Medibank Live Better with ‘My Medibank’ or have linked their My Medibank account with their Live Better account to redeem rewards. Excludes Overseas Visitor health cover, Working Visa health cover, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC), Ambulance only cover, ahm covers and other selected covers. Additional terms and conditions may apply to the redemption of a reward depending on the type of reward chosen. See full Medibank Live Better terms.
Parliamentary breakfast sponsor
Comcare is the national authority for work health and safety, and workers’ compensation. Our purpose is to promote and enable safe and healthy work.
We are the government regulator, workers’ compensation insurer, claims manager and scheme administrator.
Through our role, we work with employees and other workers, employers, service providers and other organisations to:
- Minimise the impact of harm in the workplace
- Improve recovery at work and return to work
- Promote the health benefits of good work
We collaborate and partner with other schemes and organisations on research and innovative projects that improve outcomes.
For more information about Comcare visit comcare.gov.au
Aon is a global leader in risk and insurance, providing a range of insurance solutions for psychologists, including professional indemnity, business insurance, cyber insurance, personal accident and more.
As the preferred insurance broker to APS, Aon is proud to arrange cover for APS members and provide guidance around risk management for psychologists.
As a broker and psychology insurance specialist, Aon helps you find a policy customised for the common risk of your industry so you’re more confident that you’ve found the right type of insurance for your business.
Find out more about the Aon/APS relationship and insurance here: aon.com.au/aps
Business leader’s lunch sponsor
Concept has been delivering inspired workspaces since 1977. Creatively collaborating with our clients – in both Commercial and Healthcare – to produce people-powered workspaces that encapsulate the best for your business and your employees. This resource provides insight into the importance of creating a culture that nourishes the wellbeing of your employees as they embark on their journey into hybrid workspaces.
Your hybrid workspace awaits conceptci.com.au/services/
Organisational psychologists apply a deep understanding of both human behaviour and organisational systems to help workplaces improve the individual, team, and organisational performance, motivation, productivity and wellbeing.
Psychological knowledge is used every day, in almost every setting, to help Australians live better lives – including the workplace. This has never been more apparent than it is now, at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our ways of working forever.
The College of Organisational Psychologists is proud to support Psychology Week 2021, Working Minds, and help raise awareness of the importance of psychology and mental health in the workplace.
For more information, visit psychology.org.au