In 2019 Clinical Excellence Queensland funded a project to reduce unacceptably high rates of Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) at diagnosis in Queensland children. DKA is the major cause of mortality in children with Type 1 Diabetes. This webinar forms part of a campaign to prevent DKA at diagnosis of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. CPD hours: 1 hour.
Directed at aged care and community nurses, this online learning module has been designed as an introduction to HIV, with a focus on the health challenges of HIV in ageing. CPD hours: 1 hour.
This sixteen session Intensive “Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Training” has been designed for self-paced learning and it is hoped that it will assist clinicians gain knowledge of how to work with DBT and how to work as individual therapists and as Group Facilitators using DBT. CPD hours: 16 hours.
Included in this module is: Three Behaviour Change Modules, six simulated demonstration videos to support your learning and the practical coaching resources for you to utilise with your clients. CPD hours: 4 hours.
This 1 hour accredited program summarises the changing landscape and differences between the enhanced influenza vaccines and the traditional vaccines available for younger persons. Featuring two cases studies and expert video questions, this program highlights the importance of educating and overcoming the barriers to influenza vaccination in older adults. CPD hours: 1 hours.
The Health Care Homes program is the Australian Department of Health’s (DoH) pilot program of a patient-centred healthcare model within Australia. Since 2016, AGPAL has provided the program with an ongoing package of training resources, both online and face-to-face. CPD hours: 19.5 hours total.
Enables healthcare professionals to develop foundational knowledge and skills required to assess, manage and prevent wounds in primary healthcare. CPD hours: 30 hours.
This course provides an overview of developmental screening, informs practitioners of the science that underpins PEDS and provides step by step instructions on the practical application of the tool. CPD hours: 3 hours.
The Wound Management Resource Program is a step by step modularised course which enables the learner to develop practical skills in wound management and resource development. CPD hours: 130 hours.
Laying the Foundations is an eLearning course that provides an overview of early childhood learning and development from 0-8 years, with a clear focus on the dynamic interaction between child health, learning, development and wellbeing. CPD hours: 5 hours.
Nurses will learn how to structure a DBT approach with patients, after completing the 10 session course they may be able to conduct their own skills training group activity with patients. Nurses would gain knowledge on how to assist patients through crises and conduct a chain analysis to help patients gain self-awareness into their stressors and behaviours. CPD Hours: 10 hours.
HEPReady Essentials Online is designed for health and community workers who want a basic overview of viral hepatitis and liver health. This training is delivered regularly throughout the year, with sessions running for two hours and delivered fully online. CPD hours: 3.5 hours.
Nurses and midwives have invaluable communication skills and are well placed to identify priority populations for screening. Through a case study, presentations, interactive quizzes and online learning module, this two-part workshop will provide nurses and midwives with the introductory skills to incorporate STI and BBV screening within their workplace. CPD hours: 3 hours.
This course provides the primary health care nurse with the knowledge and practical tools needed to improve diagnosis, management and prevention of osteoporosis in general practice. CPD hours: 2 hours 35 minutes.
This online CPD nursing course is for Practice and Enrolled Nurses looking to increase their knowledge of diabetes and improve the support they provide to people in their care. Nurses will benefit from this interactive Nursing CPD course by learning how to help people living with diabetes to manage their condition and prevent complications, as well as providing support, being able to explain diabetes and how to manage it, and answer questions that might be asked in a consultation. CPD hours: 12 hours.
This 1-hour accredited program will help nurses learn about key aspects of meningococcal B disease and vaccination that can be applied to their practice, including; the nature of disease, epidemiology, vaccines available and national recommendations. It focuses on the role nurses play in communicating with patients and parents around meningococcal B vaccination. CPD hours: 1 hour.
Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is bloodborne, and transmission can occur if there is blood-to-blood contact. Approximately 75 to 85% of cases progress to chronic infection if not treated. There are six main genotypes of the hepatitis C virus, numbered 1 to 6, and different treatment options are available based on the genotype, which will be detailed in this education program. CPD hours: 1.5 hours.
Immunisation (Nurse Immuniser) is a recognised program of study which aligns with the “National Immunisation Education Framework for Health Professionals”. The theoretical knowledge gained in this online elearning course prepares registered nurses to administer vaccines autonomously subject to local legislation. CPD hours: 120 hours.
This course provides nurses with the opportunity to better engage men about sensitive reproductive health and identify opportunities for health promotion activities in the local community. CPD hours: 2 hours.
This series of six modules provides training for healthcare providers who conduct cervical screening tests and follow-up management for women aged 25–74. You can take the full course or choose any of the individual modules. CPD hours: 1 hour each module, 6 hours total.
Providing the most recent, evidence-based information to health practitioners about trachoma. It also allows the user to practice diagnosis of trachoma in a non-clinical setting, avoiding harm to patients. CPD hours: 2 hours.
Providing the most recent, evident-based information to health practitioners about trichiasis. It also allows the user to practice diagnosis of trichiasis in a non-clinical setting, avoiding harm to patients. CPD hours: 2 hours.
An introduction to considerations for scope of practice of Registered Nurses working in remote health in the Northern Territory. CPD hours: 30 minutes.
This is an interactive 18 module training program designed to increase the knowledge, confidence and skills of nurses and other health professionals in the identification, diagnosis and management of patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
CPD hours: 12 hours.