The Foundations of Chronic Disease program by The Benchmarque Group is a short program that explores a range of engaging topics, fundamental to the practice of all primary healthcare clinicians. Delivered 100% online and free to complete, this is a fantastic opportunity to either refresh or expand your foundational knowledge in chronic disease. CPD hours: 10 hours.
The Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) has developed a free online Digital Health Security Awareness course for the healthcare sector to increase awareness of cyber security risks and how to mitigate them. CPD hours: 1 hour 45 minutes.
Through case studies, presentations, group discussion, and online learning modules, the course will explore the nurse's role in STI and BBV prevention, care, and management. Sessions include clinical presentation and management of STIs, advanced sexual health communication, stigma and discrimination, contact tracing, HIV and viral hepatitis overview, and prevention. CPD Hours: 8 hours.
This course focuses on the nurse’s role in the fundamentals of HIV prevention, care, and monitoring. This will be explored through presentations, panel discussions, insights from a person living with HIV, and an online learning module. CPD hours: 2.5 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 designed to provide students with a deeper understanding of how to communicate with and support change of practice within their workplace, encouraging colleagues and peers to support practices to be changed or modified to make immunisation activities more conducive to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. CPD hours: 2 hours.
This 1-hour interactive case-based module for nurses describes the various SCIg therapies available in Australia and demonstrates administration techniques involving push and pump methods, plus providing information on safe and effective handling of SCIg products, including storage and disposal. CPD hours: 1 hour.
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 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.