This program supports client/patient behavior change with a clear understanding of change while increasing patient engagement through better relationships and trust building. CPD hours: 27.5 hours.
This course will focus on educating nurses to support young people to make healthy choices regarding their sexual health. It will provide an overview of STIs and BBVs and their mode of transmission, as well as pathways available for young people to access services for their sexual healthcare needs. CPD hours: 8 hours.
The program is nationally accredited and aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to manage the client with chronic disease by including care planning, identifying risk factors, identifying and supporting behaviour change, engaging the client, applying health interventions and developing effective care plans. CPD hours: 7 hours.
The program is nationally accredited and aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge required to provide information and advice in relation to foot health management. CPD hours: 7 hours.
The program provides students with skills and knowledge to interpret and use basic information about nutritional principles and healthy diet, using ‘Eat For Health’ guidelines. The Program is supported by funding from the Australian Government Department of Health under the Chronic Disease Support Project. CPD hour: 7 hours.
The outcome of this activity, AGPAL Accreditation, indicates that the participant follows a system-based approach to safe, high quality patient care and that the practice at which they work has achieved accreditation to the RACGP Standards for general practice (5th edition). CPD hours: 15 hours.
HeartPlan in a box QI toolkit is a resource to facilitate the use of PDSA cycles to achieve improvements in the management of heart failure in primary care. It provides tools and resources that will help you implement QI activities specific to the needs of your own practice with the aim of optimising outcomes for your patients living with heart failure. CPD hours: 3 hours.
Tens of thousands of Australians experience or are at risk for developing Late Effects of Polio (LEoP), including a younger cohort who recently migrated to Australia. LEoP is a late onset progressive decline in physiological function, affecting polio survivors’ participation and quality of life, being related to prior exposure to the polio virus. Polio survivors without paralysis can also develop this condition. LEoP is not acute polio, just as shingles is not chickenpox. Most survivors require multidisciplinary care and use support services. LEoP symptoms not identified and managed, can cause worsening symptoms - frustrating clinicians and patients. Learn more by requesting a workshop, or by attending a scheduled workshop. CPD hours: 3 hours.