Cross boundaries, do better.

We all want a stronger healthcare system. It's why we do what we do. But delivering quality care in a system that wasn't built to manage people with multiple chronic conditions can be a struggle. We work in silos with boundaries that are hard to cross.

The time has come to break down the silos.
Ready to cross boundaries and make it better?

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Our Mission

We can make it better,
starting with us.

Our mission is to advance healthcare by building connection across boundaries. To design solutions for healthcare practitioners that enable provision of  patient-centred care. To move peer support and learning  beyond institutional and disciplinary limits. To build tools and services that suit an independent and mobile workforce. To unite those who want to take action to change our healthcare system for good.

Join us. Take action.
Do better.

The heart of Traversity is our community platform. This brings people together from different disciplines, organisations and associations, united by their shared purpose of delivering better healthcare.

The community platform is kind of like a professional social network but with a few key differences:

  • Hosted in Australia. We do not sell data to third parties or advertise.
  • What you see is what you get. No hidden algorithm controlling what content you see.
  • You control your engagement with the community. We won't spam your email or overload you with notifications.

Who We Are

Our members are a diverse group of professionals, brought together by their commitment to delivering better healthcare.

Community Care Providers

Primary care, aged care, disability, mental health, palliative care...

Acute and Specialist care providers

Generalists, specialists and everything in between

Other interesting people

Researchers, technologists, policy makers, consumer advocates...all welcome

Our community is guided by its core principles

Recent News

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Facing Reality

June 3, 2020

It's been a difficult week. But in the spirit of National Reconciliation Week, we're facing reality and trying to confront our systemic prejudices and unconscious biases. Its not fun, but it's necessary.

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What's private?

May 26, 2020

In this post Lauren channel's her inner Shonda Rhimes to write a melodramatic and over the top story about privacy in professional discussions. But is it so ridiculous? Do you know who's listening into your conversations with colleagues online?

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Healthcare is not a zero sum game

May 2, 2020

The goal of healthcare is not finite and zero sum, it's infinite and longitudinal. Its about providing patients with the best healthcare experiences and outcomes that we can. This cannot be achieved within the culture of professional tribalism.

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