Five things you need to know about our eLearning modules
The nature of working in remote locations in the Northern Territory means that patients may present with different symptoms than in urban-based locations. We created these modules to increase awareness about Indigenous health and educate those who are preparing to work, or interested in working in Indigenous communities.
But what makes our eLearning modules unique? Here are five things that you need to know about our eLearning modules.
1.Access is free
Access to our suite of eLearning modules is completely free.
2.Open to all health professionals
Our modules are available to all health professionals – those who have or about to undertake placements with us and those who simply have an interest in Indigenous health.
Each module has been developed to meet criteria for Continuing Professional Development programs with various colleges and professional bodies such as:
· Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACCRM)
· Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
· Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA)
· Optometry Australia (OOA)
· Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD)
4.Content derived with subject matter experts
We have worked with subject matter experts in their fields to ensure that our modules are guided by evidence-base practice and best practice clinical and learning principles.
We have worked with:
· The University of Melbourne’s Indigenous Eye Health Unit
· One Disease
· The Northern Territory’s Centre for Disease Control (NT CDC) Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Unit (SHBBVU)
· NT Trachoma Control Program
· Brien Holden Vision Institute
· Fred Hollows Foundation
5.There are 15 Modules currently available
There are currently 15 modules available for you to complete:
· Introduction to Indigenous Health
· Communication and Education
· Chronic Conditions Management
· Mental Health
· Major Incident Management
· Managing Medical Emergencies
· Ear Health
· Oral Health
· Primary Eye Care Checks
· Eye Health and Diabetes
· Managing Scabies and Crusted Scabies
· Sexual Health in a Primary Health Care Setting.
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