eLearning

CourseSummaryDuration

Antimicrobial Resistance:
Turn the Tide

(via My Health Learning, course code 137891572)
Covers what antimicrobial stewardship is, why it is so important and how you can help to improve current practice. 15 minutes

Taking a Best Possible Medication History

(via NPS MedicineWise Learning)
Provides education on how to obtain and record a BPMH. 45 minutes

Between The Flags
Mandatory training

(via My Health Learning)
Learning pathways for all clinical staff in the recognition and management of the deteriorating patient (DETECT / DETECT JUNIOR). Up to 2 hours

Blood Watch

(via My Health Learning)
Training for Clinical Staff on the safe use of blood and blood products. Up to 1 hour

Improvement FUNdamentals

Free online courses offered by the NHS England and NHS Improvement. Four modules over 4 months.

Continuity in Medication Management

(via My Health Learning)
This online learning module explains the importance of continuity of medication management and the processes of best possible medication history and reconciliation. 30 minutes

Inserting an Indwelling Urinary Catheter

(via My Health Learning)
Training to increase the clinician's awareness and understanding of indwelling urinary catheter insertion. 30 minutes

Open Disclosure

(via My Health Learning)
This lesson focuses on the essential principles of Open Disclosure and describes how and when it applies in the NSW Health context. 30 minutes

Open Disclosure Advisor

(via My Health Learning)
Six lessons designed to provide senior clinicians and managers with an understanding of the role of Open Disclosure Advisors who can lead and advise on Formal Open Disclosure. 2 hours

Clinician Disclosure

(via My Health Learning)
Six lessons designed to develop the skills and understanding required by clinicians to perform Clinician Disclosure with patients or family members immediately following a patient safety incident. 2 hours

Fundamentals of Paediatric Medication Safety

(via My Health Learning)
This course is for all staff involved in the the preparation and administration of pharmaceutical drugs to paediatric patients. Staff may also qualify for up to 0.5 hrs of Continuous Professional Development. Up to 1 hour

Pressure Injury Prevention:
Risk Assessment

(via My Health Learning)
This module provides training on how to undertake a risk assessment. 30 minutes

Pressure Injury Prevention:
Risk Management

(via My Health Learning)
This course provides training on how to develop and implement a risk management care plan. 30 minutes

Pressure Injury Point Prevalence Survey (Conducting)

(via My Health Learning)
This module provides an orientation to the process of conducting a Pressure Injury Point Prevalence (PIPP) survey in order to facilitate uniform collection of high quality data on the survey day. 20 minutes

Emergency SEPSIS KILLS Program

(via My Health Learning)
Designed for clinicians working in an Emergency environment, it contains both adult and paediatric case studies that outline how to use the Sepsis Pathways to identify and treat sepsis. 1 hour

Inpatient SEPSIS KILLS Program

(via My Health Learning)
Designed for clinicians working in an Inpatient environment, it contains both adult and paediatric case studies that outline how to use the Sepsis Pathways to identify and treat sepsis. 1 hour

Human Factors in a HealthCare Environment

(Via University of East Anglia)

This self-paced mini-course is designed to provide a basic understanding of the concept of human factors and its application to the context of healthcare.

Three Modules over three weeks