The self-paced courses have been designed to support preferred learning styles and a pathways approach to understanding and implementing this type of care.
All our courses are available on iLearn. Please browse the course catalog: https://ilearncatalogue.health.qld.gov.au
Essentials of Rural and Remote Health
These short courses (1 to 2 hours) introduce the rural and remote health setting and provide information essential for safe and appropriate practice including; cultural awareness and capability; primary health and chronic conditions care; collaborative practice; the 5 Ps of Primary Health Care and safety and quality in clinical practice.
The longer (8 to 10 hours) prevention and early intervention courses focus on screening and the provision of preventative care.
Courses include: health checks, healthy lifestyles, oral health and maternal and infant health.
Chronic Conditions Care
These 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.
Acute Care in the Rural and Remote Settings
The acute care courses are based on the Primary Clinical Care Manual.
They 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.
These courses provide information on care in the rural and remote setting and includes courses on imminent birth and neonatal stabilisation.
The courses are designed for non-specialist health professionals working outside of the tertiary hospital setting
These short courses (1 to 2 hours) and resources provide information to support PARROT online learning and continuing education in the workplace.
The program includes information on using iLearn, navigation tips, links to resources to support rural and remote practice, information for mentors and preceptors and links to elearning communities.