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Ethics, Cultural Competency, Quality and Safety, Health Advocacy, Broader context of health, RHCE, Paediatrics, Cultural safety, Determinants of health

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This resource will assist your understanding of, and contribution to, Australian Aboriginal Child Health. Case studies will include specific examples from the Fitzroy Valley, Western Australia and other Australian settings.

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There is multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. Aiming for cultural competence (3 hours)
2. Social determinants of Aboriginal child health (3h 30m)
3. What’s up, Doc? (3 hours)
4. Worrying developments (3 hours)

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Ethics Cultural Competency Quality and Safety Health Advocacy Broader context of health RHCE Paediatrics Cultural safety Determinants of health


Category: Cultural Competency & Indigenous Health

Self enrolment

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Communication, Workplace Relationships, Behavioural Traits, Performance Feedback, RHCE

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Developing an understanding of internal communications is important in a range of work and clinical scenarios. This module addresses areas such as self-image, self-esteem, self-talk; and offers advice on external communication skills and why they are important in different situations such as with a patient, or a colleague.

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There are multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. Internal Communications (30 mins)
2. External Communications - Part 1 (25 mins), Part 2 (25 mins)
3. Performance Feedback for Positive Change - Part 1 (30 mins), Part 2 (30 mins)

Authors: This was resource was developed by Fellows from The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists
Version: 1
Release Date: February, 2014 Revised Date: N/A

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Communication Workplace Relationships Behavioural Traits Performance Feedback


Category: Communication, Leadership and Management

Self enrolment

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Simulation, Facilitator Resource, Teaching and Learning, RHCE

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The Critically Obstructed Airway is an important clinical problem that requires immediate management. This resource provides facilitators with everything they need to run the workshop series Managing the Critically Obstructed Airway. Specialists including but not limited to anaesthesiologists, emergency medicine practitioners and physicians interested in delivering workshops on the important clinical issue of the critically obstructed airway should utilise this resource.

Format: The resource provides Powerpoint slides, videos, diagrams, equipment lists and online reading materials required to assist with facilitating the workshop series.


Components

1. Course description
2. Preparation for delivery
3. Individual sessions
4. Videos and algorithms


Authors: Clinical A/Prof Leonie Watterson, FANZCA (University of Sydney)
Version: 1
Release Date: February, 2014 Revised Date: N/A

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Teaching and Learning Simulation Facilitator Resource RHCE


Category: Critical Care

Self enrolment

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Cultural Competency, Rheumatic Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, Cultural Barriers, Aboriginal, RHCE

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There are numerous factors that contribute to continued poor health in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. One example of these is Cardiovascular Health. This resource aims to help practitioners develop strategies that may be implemented to overcome barriers and provide effective care to Indigenous Australians.

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There are multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. Cardiovascular Disease (2 hours)
2. Rheumatic Heart Disease (2 hours)
3. Overcoming Barriers and Providing Effective Care (2 hours)


Author:

Prof Richmond W. Jeremy FRACP, FCSANZ (University of Sydney)

Version: 2
Release Date: December, 2012 Revised Date: December, 2013

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Cultural Competency Rheumatic Heart Disease Cardiovascular Disease Cultural Barriers


Category: Cultural Competency & Indigenous Health

Self enrolment

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Cultural Competency, Adult Medicine, Cultural Safety, Determinants of Health, Chronic Disease, Aboriginal, RHCE

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Culture and determinants of health underpin numerous barriers to health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This series of modules begins by exploring the concept of cultural competence and the unique determinants of health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Two modules then refer specifically to aboriginal child health, reviewing developmental problems and common diseases of poverty and illnesses. The final two modules take on an adult medicine focus and examine lifestyle factors and prevention and management of chronic diseases such as chronic respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease.

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There are multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. Considering Cultural Competency (55 mins)
2. Determinants of Health (1 hour)
3. Worrying Developments (30 mins)
4. What’s up, Doc? (40 mins)
5. Modifying Chronic Disease Risk (40 mins)
6. Chronic Disease Prevention and Management (30 mins)


Authors:

Dr Megan Phelps, FRACP (University of Sydney)
Dr Elizabeth Bannister, FRACP
Dr Luke Burchill, FRACP
Dr Stephen Brady, FRACP
Dr Emma Spencer, FRACP
Dr Matthew Pitman (Advanced Trainee)
Dr Herath Gunathilake (Advanced Trainee)
Dr Nicole Gaffney (Advanced Trainee)
Dr Rebecca Nelson (Advanced Trainee) 
Dr Aabha Kalro (Advanced Trainee) 
Dr John Gunn (Advanced Trainee)

Version: 1
Release Date: February, 2014 Revised Date: N/A

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Cultural Competency Adult Medicine Chronic Disease Cultural Safety Determinants of Health


Category: Cultural Competency & Indigenous Health

Self enrolment

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Change Management, Workplace Relationships, Conflict, WHS, Leadership Management, RHCE

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Management is a role made up of an essential set of skills, including communication, self-reflection and conflict management. This course provides information about the whole role, and skills for best managing others. It is a detailed set of modules that allow you to investigate your own methods, and provides strategies for self-improvement. Change management is an essential skill to acquire, and the principles of this are addressed. Methods on how to run a successful meeting are outlined, along with how to recruit the right person for your team. A relevant explanation of the Work Health & Safety Act 2011 with case studies to enhance understanding.

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There are multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. The Role of Manager - Part 1 (25 mins), Part 2 (25 mins), Part 3 (30 mins)
2. Managing Others (30 mins)
3. Understanding Self as Manager (30 mins)
4. Change Management Principles - Part 1 (30 mins), Part 2 (30 mins)
5. Transitioning through Change - Part 1 (30 mins), Part 2 (30 mins)
6. Conducting an Effective Meeting - Part 1 (45 mins), Part 2 (30 mins)
7. Conflict Management - Part 1 (30 mins), Part 2 (30 mins)
8. The Recruitment & Selection Process (45 mins)
9. Behavioural Interviewing Techniques (30 mins)
10. Work Health & Safety Act 2011 (30 mins)


Authors: This was resource was developed by Fellows from The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists
Version: 1
Release Date: February, 2014 Revised Date: N/A

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Change Management Workplace Relationships Conflict WHS Leadership and Management


Category: Communication, Leadership and Management

Self enrolment

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Clinical Leadership, Change Management, Strategic Planning, Leadership Management, RHCE

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Strong professionals have a level of skill with regards to clinical leadership, resilience, and their personal style with dealing with others and workload. This module discusses methods of these skills to develop your own technique to improve as a clinical professional. 

Format: Each module consists of online reading materials, statistics and case studies. There are multiple-choice, true/false and short answer questions throughout the module to assist with your learning.


Modules

1. Characteristics of Clinical Leadership (45 mins)
2. Leadership Styles and Resilience (30 mins)
3. Leadership Skills (30 mins)

Authors: This was resource was developed by Fellows from The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists
Version: 1
Release Date: February, 2014 Revised Date: N/A

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Clinical Leadership Change Management Strategic Planning Leadership and Management


Category: Communication, Leadership and Management

Self enrolment

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Communication, Workplace Relationships, Behavioural Traits, Performance Feedback, RHCE

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Developed to help trainees develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to deliver effective health care to young people, this course has specifically been designed in the context of the new RACP Basic Training Curricula in Adult Internal Medicine and in Paediatrics and Child Health.

Format: Each topic includes text that is intended to provide an overview of the subject matter. This is supplemented by two readings that allow for deeper exploration of the topic. A list of additional readings is included at the end of each section for trainees who wish to further explore the topic. Charts for the measurement of growth, pubertal status and blood pressure are also included to assist with clinical skills development.


Modules

1. Adolescent Development (2 hours)
2. Ethical and Legal Issues (2 hours)
3. Therapeutic Engagement (1 hour)
4. Psycho-Social Assessment (1 hour)
5. Promoting Self Management (2 hours)
6. Transition to Adult Care (1 hour)

Authors: Prof Susan Sawyer, FRACP, Chair, Joint Adolescent Health Committee, The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (2005-2009) (University of Melbourne)
Version: 1
Release Date: December, 2011 Revised Date: N/A

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Paediatrics & Child Health Psychosocial Assessment Leadership and Management


Category: Adolescent & Young Adult Medicine

Self enrolment


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