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PARROT Clinical Care

PARROT Clinical Care

These courses provide information on the provision of health care in rural and remote settings. Information is drawn from the the Primary Clinical Care Manual, Chronic Conditions Manual and State and National Clinical Guidelines

Chronic Conditions Manual 2nd Edition

This learning package supports clinicians working in rural, remote and isolated practice settings to provide care to populations at increased risk of developing chronic conditions, using the Chronic Conditions Manual 2nd edition as a guiding resource.

Healthy Lifestyle

This course provides information on maintaining health and reducing risk factors for chronic conditions development. It also provides some guidelines for brief intervention.

End Of Life Care

Provides information for health care workers working in rural, remote and isolated practice areas providing care for people approaching their end of life. The course includes information on advance care planning and palliative care.

Sexual Health

This sexual health module has been developed for all clinicians working in rural, remote and isolated primary health care settings. It provides information on how to identify risk and screen for sexually transmitted infections in high risk populations.

PCCM 10th Edition

The Primary Clinical Care Manual (PCCM) 10th Edition course provides information on using the PCCM in the primary care setting to provide safe care.

PCCM 11th Edition What's New

The Primary Clinical Care Manual (PCCM) 11th Edition content and formatting has been extensively updated and revised. We have developed an online course to provide you with a brief overview of some of these changes. Access to the external iLearn catalogue click here.

Medication Safety 2021

This course is for nurses and midwives working in rural and remote settings. It provides an opportunity to refresh knowledge on Medication safety The course includes a quiz for mandatory medication calculation competencies.
Last updated: 12 July 2021
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