PARROT is a learner centred program, focusing on primary health care, rural and remote health service provision and chronic disease care.
These short courses (1 to 2 hours) introduce the learner to the rural and remote health setting and provide information essential for safe and appropriate practice
|The longer (8 to 10 hours) prevention and early intervention courses focus on screening and the provision of preventative care including health checks, healthy lifestyles, oral health and maternal and infant health. These courses provide personalised pathways for learners, who can pick and choose to complete modules and learning activities applicable to their own practice|
|Read more about the Essentials of Rural and Remote Health||Read more about Prevention and Early Intervention in Primary Health|
|The chronic conditions courses are based on the Chronic Conditions Manual and include a short (1-2 hours) course introducing the manual and a mid-length (4-6 hours) course on managing chronic conditions using the manual as a guide and decision support tool|
|The acute care courses are based on the Primary Clinical Care Manual and include a short (1-2 hours) course introducing the manual and a mid-length (4-6 hours) course on managing acute presentations using the manual as a guide and decision support tool|
|Read more about Working with Chronic Conditions||Read more about Acute Care|