Clin­i­cal Resources & Manuals

Remote Pri­ma­ry Health Care Manuals

The Remote Pri­ma­ry Health Care Man­u­als are no longer avail­able from CRANAplus. The 2017 edi­tions of the RPHCM Man­u­als of the CARPA, Clin­i­cal Pro­ce­dures Man­u­al, Wom­ens Busi­ness Man­u­al and Med­i­cines Book can be accessed for FREE online at remotephc​man​u​als​.com​.au or pur­chased from Cen­tre for Remote Health .

Pri­ma­ry Clin­i­cal Care Manual

Pro­duced by Queens­land Health

Clin­i­cal Guide­lines and Best Prac­tice Standards 

Aus­tralian Clin­i­cal Guide­lines for the Diag­no­sis and Man­age­ment of Atri­al Fib­ril­la­tion, 2018

Guide­lines for the pre­ven­tion, detec­tion and man­age­ment of heart fail­ure in Aus­tralia 2018

Aus­tralian Com­mis­sion on Safe­ty & Quality

Rheumat­ic Heart Foun­da­tion

Aus­tralia Heart Foun­da­tion

Asth­ma

Can­cer Coun­cil

Indige­nous Eye health

Demen­tia Aus­tralia

Dia­betes Australia

Men­tal Health Com­mis­sion



End of Life and Palla­tive Care Resources

Care­Search — pro­vides evi­dence-based end of life and pal­lia­tive care infor­ma­tion and resources for health pro­fes­sion­als and patients car­ers and fam­i­lies to enable informed deci­sion mak­ing and qual­i­ty care across the life span and health system.

pal­liAGED — Online resource pro­vides evi­dence-based infor­ma­tion, prac­tice guid­ance and resources on end of life and pal­lia­tive care for aged care. Includes the pal­liAGED Apps for clin­i­cians to pro­vide sup­port at the point of care for advanced care plan­ning, case man­age­ment and symp­toms and med­i­cines relat­ed to end of life and pal­lia­tive care issues. 

Pal­lia­tive Care Aus­tralia — Pal­lia­tive Care Aus­tralia rep­re­sents all those who work towards high qual­i­ty pal­lia­tive care for all Aus­tralians. Work­ing close­ly with con­sumers, our Mem­ber Organ­i­sa­tions and the pal­lia­tive care work­force, we aim to improve access to, and pro­mote the need for, pal­lia­tive care. 

An inno­v­a­tive new resource kit has been devel­oped in NSW to help local Abo­rig­i­nal com­mu­ni­ties feel more wel­come in pal­lia­tive care set­tings and start inclu­sive and cul­tur­al­ly appro­pri­ate con­ver­sa­tions about end of life planning. 


Mater­ni­ty based resources

Here you can down­load the MEC resources as shown and dis­cussed dur­ing the MEC course.

NNR Flow­chart
This flow­chart poster was devel­oped for the CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course. The flow­chart shows the steps required to man­age a sit­u­a­tion in which a baby requires resus­ci­ta­tion after birth. The CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course is a pro­gram aimed at non-mid­wifer­y/non-obstet­ric trained health prac­ti­tion­ers. It’s pur­pose is to pro­vide basic emer­gency skills and knowl­edge relat­ing to mater­ni­ty emer­gen­cies and man­age­ment of an unex­pect­ed birth in iso­lat­ed locations.

PPH Flow­chart
This flow­chart poster was devel­oped for the CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course. The flow­chart shows the steps required to man­age a sit­u­a­tion in which a woman is bleed­ing heav­i­ly after the birth of her baby. The
CRANAplus­Ma­ter­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course is a pro­gram aimed at non-mid­wifer­y/non-obstet­ric trained health prac­ti­tion­ers. It’s pur­pose is to pro­vide basic emer­gency skills and knowl­edge relat­ing to mater­ni­ty emer­gen­cies and man­age­ment of an unex­pect­ed birth in iso­lat­ed locations.

Visu­al guide to esti­mat­ing blood loss
This visu­al guide pro­vides clin­i­cians with a guide to assist them in esti­mat­ing the blood loss for the woman fol­low­ing birth.

MEC Shoul­der Dys­to­cia flow­chart
This flow­chart poster was devel­oped for the CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care (MEC) Course. The flow­chart shows a sim­ple, sys­tem­at­ic approach to man­ag­ing a shoul­der dys­to­cia occur­ring in an iso­lat­ed con­text. The CRANAplus­Ma­ter­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course is a pro­gram aimed at non-mid­wifer­y/non-obstet­ric trained health prac­ti­tion­ers. It’s pur­pose is to pro­vide basic emer­gency skills and knowl­edge relat­ing to mater­ni­ty emer­gen­cies and man­age­ment of an unex­pect­ed birth in iso­lat­ed locations.

Active man­age­ment of the 3rd stage of labour
This flow­chart poster was devel­oped for the CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course. The flow­chart shows the steps involved in active­ly man­ag­ing the 3rd stage of labour. The CRANAplus Mater­ni­ty Emer­gency Care Course is a pro­gram aimed at non-mid­wifer­y/non-obstet­ric trained health prac­ti­tion­ers. It’s pur­pose is to pro­vide basic emer­gency skills and knowl­edge relat­ing to mater­ni­ty emer­gen­cies and man­age­ment of an unex­pect­ed birth in iso­lat­ed locations.

Clonus video
Hyper-reflex­ia is one of the signs of Pre-eclamp­sia. This video demon­strates hyper-reflex­ia through clonus.

Gen­er­al Information

Aus­tralian Rur­al Birthing Index Toolk­it
An evi­dence-based guide to assess­ing the appro­pri­ate lev­el of mater­ni­ty ser­vice for rur­al com­mu­ni­ties with pop­u­la­tions of 1,00025,000 and guid­ance on plan­ning rur­al mater­ni­ty services.

Nation­al Healthy Skin Guide­line
For the Pre­ven­tion, Treat­ment and Pub­lic Health Con­trol of Impeti­go, Sca­bies, Crust­ed Sca­bies and Tinea for Indige­nous Pop­u­la­tions and Com­mu­ni­ties in Australia

Codeine
Med­i­cines con­tain­ing codeine are no longer avail­able with­out a pre­scrip­tion. To assist with the tran­si­tion, and using Fed­er­al funds, the Nation­al Rur­al Health Alliance, in part­ner­ship with CRANAplus, has devel­oped infor­ma­tion for health pro­fes­sion­als and health con­sumers. The fol­low­ing three posters are avail­able for down­load — just click the link below each poster.
Poster 1
Poster 2
Poster 3