The core mandatory modules have been designed to provide the Remote and Rural Health Practitioner with the necessary information in order to provide a flexible learning opportunity that will enhance current knowledge of clinical and discretionary competencies in professionally agreed organisational requirements.
The Physical Assessment modules has been compiled to assist the remote, rural and isolated health practitioner in gaining the theoretical knowledge on the various clinical areas of physical assessment and its application to patient health outcomes.
The BLS module has been designed to provide the Remote and Rural Health Practitioner with the necessary information in order to provide a flexible learning opportunity that will enhance current knowledge and competency of this organisational annual requirement.
With the health practitioner’s expanding role, they are required to have a sound knowledge and demonstrate skills in the care and management of the deteriorating patient during a life-threatening emergency. As part of this role, the remote and rural health practitioner may be required to initiate and maintain ALS measures.
This module is a modified Advanced Life Support program providing you the relevant competencies and certification for another 12 months.
The Clinical Upskilling modules have been developed to prevent “skill rusting” by providing clinical education for those remote, rural and isolated health professionals who require clinical knowledge and support until they are able attend a REC/AREC course.