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Academic detailing: Ministry of health - Singapore

This module will introduce you to academic detailing as part of educational outreach, with the aim of changing the behaviour of health professionals.

Restricted access: Access only to learners nominated by the Ministry of Health, Singapore


   
Academic detailing: Ministry of health - Singapore

This module will outline what to do after an educational visit.

Restricted access: Access only to learners nominated by the Ministry of Health, Singapore

   
Academic detailing: Ministry of health - Singapore

This module will introduce you to the principles of academic detailing, and the interpersonal and communication skills that are required to transform these principles into a successful academic detailing visit.

Restricted access: Access only to learners nominated by the Ministry of Health, Singapore

   
Academic detailing: Ministry of health - Singapore

This module consolidates the principles and skills covered in the Principles of academic detailing module in order for you to prepare for and conduct an educational visit. We will discuss the structure of an educational visit and provide you with a framework to follow in order to deliver a successful visit.

Restricted access: Access only to learners nominated by the Ministry of Health, Singapore

   
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

August 2014

Pharmacists  
Courses

This module is designed to help you adapt your clinical communication skills to meet the needs of all parents, whether they are ready to vaccinate, have questions or intend to decline vaccination altogether. It teaches you how to use the SKAI system and equips you with strategies to assist immunisation consultations.

Target audience: General practitioners, nurses, midwives, pharmacists and Aboriginal health workers

CPD points: GPs View details

General practitioners, GP Registrars, Medical practitioners, Nurse practitioners, Nurses, PharmacistsGeneral practitioners, Nurses, Pharmacists, Other 
Courses - enrolments closed

Please note - this is the REPEAT version of this course

Have you already completed Get it Right! Taking a Best Possible Medication History?

Yes - Start this Repeat course.

No - go to the Get It Right! Taking a Best Possible Medication History course

   
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

This course is for University of Sydney medical students only. It simply asks these students to select their clinical school, so that their completions can be reported back to their correct school.

   
Restricted access and pilot courses

The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has engaged NPS MedicineWise to develop and deliver the training required for pharmacists and general practitioners (GPs) to participate in the Pharmacist Chronic Disease Management (PCDM) Pilot.

Access to this course is restricted to pilot participants only.

   
Safety through reporting - enrolments closed

Please note - this is the 2017 REPEAT version of this course

Have you already completed Reporting adverse events with medical devices?

Yes - Start course

No - Return to course Reporting adverse events with medical devices

   
Medical Tests

In this module you will learn practical ways in which you can assess the clinical significance of abnormal test results and of changes in test results over time. You will meet Jill whose case illustrates the scenarios where such problems can arise. Duration: 20 minutes.

Target audience: GP registrars and medical students

CPD points: Self-directed CPD.

GP Registrars, Students Quality use of Medical tests
Medical Tests

This module will help you to assess whether a diagnostic medical test is likely to add value to patient care. You will be introduced to – or reminded of – skills that will help you to assess the diagnostic value of medical tests.

Not all medical tests will add value. Unnecessary tests often lead to further invasive investigations that can in turn lead to unnecessary risks, patient anxiety and financial waste. Duration: 30 minutes

Target audience: GP registrars and medical students

CPD points: Self-directed CPD.

GP Registrars, Students Quality use of Medical tests
Medical Tests

This module focuses on screening in general practice, using the common clinical presentation of a routine health check as the mechanism to explore rational testing.

The extension activity explores the faecal occult blood test (FOBT) and its role in the diagnosis of colorectal cancer. Duration: 20 minutes.

Target audience: GP registrars and medical students

CPD points: Self-directed CPD.

GP Registrars, Students Quality use of Medical tests
National Cervical Screening Program - enrolments closed

Access to these resources is restricted to trainers who have attended the NCSP Train the Trainer workshops and have been provided with an enrolment key.

  Quality use of Medical tests
Safety through reporting - enrolments closed

Please note - this is the 2017 REPEAT version of this course

Have you already completed Reporting adverse events with medicines and vaccines?

Yes - Start course

No - Return to course Reporting adverse events with medicines and vaccines

  Quality use of Medical tests
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Jeanne, who is brought to the Emergency Department (ED) by ambulance following a seizure.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Neurology
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

December 2014

Pharmacists Neurology, Toxicology and wilderness
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

August 2015

Pharmacists Psychotropic
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

June 2014

Pharmacists Psychotropic
Case studies

Two different patients with depression. How would you progress their initial care?

Target audience: GPs and other health practitioners.

CPD points: GPs View details

General practitionersGeneral practitionersPsychotropic
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Claire, a patient brought to the emergency department (ED) by her husband because she has become increasingly irritable and irrational and has stopped eating and drinking.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Psychotropic
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Elizabeth, a patient experiencing an episode of delirium whilst admitted to hospital for an exacerbation of chronic heart failure. 

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Psychotropic
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for James, who suffers acute withdrawal from alcohol while in hospital recovering from pneumonia.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Psychotropic
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for an adolescent patient with depression.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Psychotropic
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Margaret, a patient who presents to you for a repeat prescription for temazepam.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Psychotropic
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

April 2015

Pharmacists Cardiovascular
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

February 2015

Pharmacists Cardiovascular
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

February 2016

Pharmacists Cardiovascular
Australian Prescriber - CPD for pharmacists

August 2017

Pharmacists Cardiovascular
Case studies

How do we optimise a patient’s statin therapy for the management of dyslipidaemia with minimal side effects?

Target audience: GPs and other health practitioners.

CPD points: GPs, nurses View details

General practitioners, GP RegistrarsGeneral practitioners, NursesCardiovascular
Case studies

In this case study you will meet an 82-year-old woman who is a resident in the local residential aged-care facility. Today her carer reports the symptom of urge incontinence and goes to the toilet frequently at night.

Target audience: GPs and other health practitioners.

CPD points: GPs View details

General practitionersGeneral practitionersCardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will treat an acute episode of pulmonary oedema in a patient with chronic heart failure.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Roberta, a patient with heart failure.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will provide care for Anne, a patient experiencing an episode of chest pain while recovering in hospital from pneumonia.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will manage a patient with newly diagnosed hypertension with a comorbidity of asthma.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will prescribe appropriate anticoagulation for a patient with non-valvular atrial fibrillation (AF).

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you will consider appropriate venous thromboembolism (VTE) prevention for a hospital inpatient. This is an important issue to learn about, as despite available options for prevention, VTE (encompassing deep venous thrombosis [DVT] and pulmonary embolism [PE]) remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality for inpatients of Australian hospitals. An estimated 2000 people die each year from VTE, and many of these cases are preventable.

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
National Prescribing Curriculum (NPC)

In this course, you meet Ric, a patient who comes to see you concerned about his risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD)

Target audience:Undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.

Other audiences: Pharmacy, dental, nurse practitioner and other health professional students with an interest in prescribing.

CPD points: It is recommended that 1 CPD hour be recorded for the purposes of self-directed CPD.

QPI PIP: No.

Students Cardiovascular
Webinar

Join our multidisciplinary panel of experts for a webinar discussion on the prevention of CV events in patients with both type 2 diabetes and CVD.

Target audience: GPs.

CPD points: GPs View details

General practitioners, GP Registrars, Medical practitionersGeneral practitionersCardiovascular, Endocrinology
Case studies

How do we navigate the confusing array of inhaled medicines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to ensure optimal symptom management with minimal side effects?

Target audience: GPs and other health practitioners.

CPD points: GPs View details

General practitionersGeneral practitionersRespiratory
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