Telehealth Online Learning Program
The Telehealth Online Learning Program is available free of charge through the eRemote elearning platform.
The program comprises of nine modules which will take up to four hours to complete. Certificates will be awarded upon completion of each separate module as well as the final certificate noting CPD hours.
There will be various resources in the online learning modules that can be printed and adapted for use in a variety of clinical settings. These resources include a range of;
- Downloadable checklists
- Templates of running sheets, letters, emails
- Etiquette considerations when conducting online video consultations
- Trouble shooting - tip sheets on coordinating
- Telehealth services and practical solutions to technical issues
- Instructional video provides detailed information on conducting Telehealth online video consultations
Throughout the online learning modules there are links to many useful and relevant resources and websites. Upon completion of the modules there is an evaluation of the course, to enable further development of the program to meet the needs of participants.
Telehealth Guidelines & Standards
The Telehealth Standards for Nurses & Midwives and the Guidelines for Telehealth Consultation are now available as a pdf below.
These documents were developed through the Commonwealth funded Telehealth Nursing & Midwifery Consortia.
The Standards for Registered Nurses & Midwives are formatted against the Australian National Competency Standards and provide additional cues specific to Telehealth in its broadest application.
Note that the Nursing & Midwifery Telehealth Consortia Guidelines are broad in nature and in reference to Video consultations only and in relation to the Telehealth Medical Benefits Schedule.
Hard copies are also available through the CRANAplus office in Adelaide, contact email@example.com
If you have any specific interest in this area and would like to know more about the project please contact Geri Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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