Introduction to Primary Health Care short course
Member Price: $8,030.00
Non-Member Price: $8,030.00
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This short course: Introduction to Primary Health Care will provide nurses with professional development learning activities and resources which aim to mitigate transition shock and build the nursing workforce's capacity to provide high-quality clinical care to support the health and well-being of Australian communities.
What do I get
- Access to over 50+ hours of learning and resources specifically for nurses new to primary health care.
- Self-assessment to rank and benchmark your knowledge, skills and confidence and identify learning goals to assist in the development of a professional development action plan for the 6-month program
- Certificate of completion at program end
Duration and average hours required
- Approximately 48-50 hours over 6 months.
- APNA recommends dedicating one day a month to the program.
How to access fully-funded programs
- Rural Health Workforce Agencies: Nurses working in remote and rural Australia (MMM3+) may be eligible to apply for funding to participate from your local Rural health workforce agency. Nurses working in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Services may also be eligible for scholarships through these agencies.
- Primary Health Care Networks (PHNs): Many PHNs fund Transition to Practice Programs for nurses in their catchments. See below for a snapshot of some PHNs funding places in the Program.
Find and contact your PHN for more details.
- Other: Organisations and/or individuals can purchase programs for their nurses on request if they are APNA members.
- Please get in touch with Rebekah Cox if your organisation wishes to talk with APNA about available Programs.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 1300 303 184.