Primary health care is any medical service that is provided outside the four walls of a hospital, including general practice, aged care, schools, community health and other primary health care settings. Primary health care nurses play a critical role in keeping people healthy, providing proactive care and health promotion to keep Australians well.
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.
The Behaviour Change Masterclass is designed to provide you with knowledge about the basis of health coaching skills required to assist clients to develop a vision for their own health and set reachable goals for behaviour change. CPD hours: 6 hours.
This activity is designed for nurses who have high or at high-risk case load of CHB patients. The course will provide nurses with advanced practical skills and knowledge in hepatitis B nursing. The program content is delivered through presentations and case discussions that introduce the epidemiology and natural history of hepatitis B, vaccination, testing, fibrosis assessment, advanced liver disease, stigma and discrimination and explores the cultural context of hepatitis B nursing. CPD hours: 13 hours.
These professionals already have a significant understanding of the risk factors associated with suicide and the measures required to support those at risk. Our suicide prevention training enables them to develop their knowledge and expertise, while participating in continuing professional development. CPD hours: 6 hours.
It is highly recommended health professionals update their diabetes knowledge for optimal patient outcomes. If you have not attended a formal diabetes program in the last 3-5 years, Diabetes SA offers two programs: Diabetes Essentials for Healthcare Professionals and Diabetes Extension for Healthcare Professionals. CPD hours: 13 hours.
The core training and certification programs are designed for both medical and health professionals, in addition to those with no prior professional training in a health-related area, who wish to become trained and credentialed in health coaching. CPD hours: 27.5 hours.