Welcome to working in primary health care
The Pathways to Rural and Remote Orientation and Training (PaRROT) flexible learning program has been developed to provide orientation and training about your role, team work, resources, and prevention and management of chronic disease using a primary health care approach.
PaRROT is a learner centred program, supporting preferred learning styles (visual, auditory, reading and kinaesthetic). It allows the learner to identify their own needs and supports a pathways approach from introductory theoretical concepts to practical application of specialist knowledge. See pathway examples.
PaRROT resources are available in a number of other formats, including electronic and print manuals, facilitator resources and CD. Please contact the PaRROT team at email@example.com for more information.
An ENROLMENT KEY is required for all PaRROT training sessions. If you have not already done so, please complete the following Enrolment Quiz below to recieve your PaRROT enrolment key.
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PaRROT has a Learning Community, which is a place for you to communicate with others and make general comments, queries and view announcements.
The PaRROT team is based in Cape York Hospital and Health Service's Rural and Remote Clinical Support Unit (Cairns) and is part of the Integrated Care Clinical Support Team. The content of the PaRROT program is supported by the Chronic Disease Strategy - Rural and Remote.
Please refer to the PaRROT framework document for more information.
Your feedback is important to us, so please forward any comments, queries or issues about the PaRROT eLearning site to firstname.lastname@example.org email address.