Resources

 

MEMBERS PROTECTION POLICY

TMA have adopted CAMS' Member Protection Policy. This policy can be viewed and downloaded here.

SOCIAL MEDIA STATEMENT

TMA recognises that social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.) are important communication tools. We believe that it is critical that members understand the nature of these various forms of media, and that any and all communications made via these media are the personal property of the person making the communications.

TMA are not responsible for any communications made by persons who may or may not be members of TMA. The following link provides some good general guidelines regarding social media in the health profession.

Social Media Guidelines (pdf)

TRAINING LINKS

Training links are updated for relevant events