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Antenatal Screening & Fetal Anomalies
Antenatal Screening & Fetal Anomalies
CPD Hours: 1
Refresh your knowledge about providing antenatal care to women regarding screenings and fetal anomalies.

• Explain why testing is offered and describe the conditions that may be diagnosed.
• Identify the difference between screening and diagnosis.
• Discuss screening for fetal structural anomalies, and screening and diagnostic testing of chromosomal and genetic conditions.
• Identify any issues that may occur in antenatal screening and discuss them with the woman.
• Interpret the evidence and assist women to make decisions on which screening option will best suit their needs.

This course is from the Antenatal Care course.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Care of the Newborn
Care of the Newborn
CPD Hours: 1
Refresh your knowledge about caring for a newborn in the immediate postnatal period.

• Describe neonatal postnatal care in the initial hours after birth.
• Demonstrate an understanding of the neonate’s transition to extrauterine life.
• Summarise ongoing postnatal care of the neonate, including: the Neonatal Screening Test, the Newborn Hearing Test, jaundice, safe infant sleeping and responding to infant health issues.

This course is from the Postnatal Care course.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Variations of Normal Birth
Variations of Normal Birth
CPD Hours: 1
Birth happens in many different ways. Learn about working in partnership with women during Breech, VBAC, Emergency Care & Birth in Theatre.

• Understand the current practices and care requirements for a woman with a breech presentation.
• Understand the current practices and care requirements for a woman wishing to have a vaginal birth after caesarean.
• Understand your requirements for the provision of emergency care.
• Be able to identify key areas of practice that may influence the care you provide.
• Describe your role in supporting women who birth in theatre.
• Be able to refer to and use the ACM’s Midwifery Guidelines for Consultation & Referral

This course is from the Labour & Birth Care course.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Fetal Surveillance, Induction & Augmentation
Fetal Surveillance, Induction & Augmentation
CPD Hours: 1
Learn about fetal surveillance, induction and augmentation and how to continue working in partnership with women throughout.

• Describe the different options for fetal monitoring during labour.
• Understand the role of electronic fetal monitoring and best practice in regards to fetal monitoring during labour.
• Awareness of options for induction and augmentation of labour and any related risks or benefits that need to be communicated to the woman.
• Reflect on your midwifery role in the context of providing evidence-based information to women.

This course is from the Labour & Birth Care course.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Medication and Drugs in Pregnancy
Medication and Drugs in Pregnancy
CPD Hours: 1
Refresh your knowledge about the use of medication and other drugs in the antenatal period.
• Identify which medicines are safe for women to use during pregnancy.
• Describe how medicines are classified during pregnancy.
• Discuss available resources for women and health professionals, regarding medicine usage during pregnancy.
• Describe what should be said to women who are pregnant and smoke cigarettes.
• Discuss the risks and implications of alcohol use during pregnancy.
• Summarise the risk and implications of other drug use with women.

This course is from the Antenatal Care course.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Understanding Domestic and Family Violence
Understanding Domestic and Family Violence
CPD Hours: 1
This course is an information resource to help all health professionals raise awareness and understanding of domestic and family violence (DFV), provide information on how to recognise DFV and how to respond to a disclosure of DFV sensitively and in a way that supports safety.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Clinical Response to Domestic and Family Violence
Clinical Response to Domestic and Family Violence
CPD Hours: 1
This course outlines your role as a health professional in identifying and responding to domestic and family violence (DFV).
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC)
Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC)
CPD Hours: 1
Explore the rates of VBAC, aspects of uterine rupture and how to support a woman who is planning a VBAC.

• Understand the different global and Australian VBAC rates
• Understand the occurrence and signs of uterine rupture
• Understand the impact of the four factors that influence how a woman feels after her planned VBAC
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DH:Electronic prescriptions & Active Script List in practice
DH:Electronic prescriptions & Active Script List in practice
CPD Hours: 1
This module will explore what an electronic prescription is, how it is prescribed, and the policy requirements and legislation that underpin the process.

At the end of this module you will be able to:
• explain what an electronic prescription is and where it is stored
• discuss the benefits of electronic prescriptions for patients, prescribers and dispensers
• describe how electronic prescription tokens are prescribed and managed
• outline electronic prescribing for patients who have an Active Script List
• summarise the security features, policy and legislation that support electronic prescriptions.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: Developing a MHR Security & Access Policy for Orgs
DH: Developing a MHR Security & Access Policy for Orgs
CPD Hours: 1
This eLearning course supports healthcare organisations that wish to or are registered with the My Health Record system to develop or update their My Health Record security and access policy.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
• outline the security and access policy requirements applicable to healthcare provider organisations that wish to register with the My Health Record system.
• summarise the steps that should be followed by a healthcare provider organisation when developing a security and access policy
• explain the ongoing requirements applicable to healthcare provider organisations following finalisation of their security and access policy.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: Introduction to Active Script List for Prescribers
DH: Introduction to Active Script List for Prescribers
CPD Hours: 1
This module is for prescribers who are familiar with electronic prescription tokens and would like to know more about the Active Script List (ASL).
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• explain what an ASL is and what it contains
• discuss the benefits of patient registration for ASL
• outline the electronic prescribing process for your patients who have an ASL.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: Intro to My Health Record for healthcare providers
DH: Intro to My Health Record for healthcare providers
CPD Hours: 1
This module provides an overview of the My Health Record system and the key health information that it contains. It outlines benefits of use for healthcare providers as well as describing how consumers can use and manage their records. It also explains how healthcare providers can access My Health Record and the key steps involved in implementation.
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• explain what My Health Record is and the key health information it holds
• outline consumer and healthcare provider interaction with the system
• describe how My Health Record may support better healthcare
• identify how to gain access to the My Health Record system.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: My Health Record Security, Privacy and Access
DH: My Health Record Security, Privacy and Access
CPD Hours: 1
This module explores security measures and legislation supporting the My Health Record system and how your organisation's policy governs the use of the system. It outlines your obligations when accessing and sharing information and how patient controls may influence access to and the management of health information in their record - it assumes that you have some knowledge of the My Health Record system.

At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• outline security measures, legislation and organisational policies that support the My Health Record system
• explain appropriate healthcare provider access and use of My Health Record
• summarise consumer use and controls.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: Registering your Organisation for My Health Record
DH: Registering your Organisation for My Health Record
CPD Hours: 1
This course is designed to help you register and prepare your organisation to access My Health Record.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

• explain the processes required to register your organisation and prepare team members to access My Health Record
• identify any gaps in your organisation's current capability to access My Health Record
• develop an action plan for overcoming these gaps and implementing My Health Record use
• outline legislation and organisational policies that support the use of the My Health Record system.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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DH: Using My Health Record in an ATSI Health Service
DH: Using My Health Record in an ATSI Health Service
CPD Hours: 1
This course is a three part series aimed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health services.
1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services – An Introduction
2. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services - My Health Record: Security, privacy and access
3. Using My Health Record in an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Service

There is an additional module included, Let’s talk about My Health Record in Aboriginal health services which provides a case scenario to guide discussions about My Health Record.

At the end of these modules, you will be able to:
• Understand what the My Health Record system is and its benefits.
• Understand how to access My Health Record and navigate through key documents.
• Describe how My Health Record may support better healthcare.
• Explain how clients can use My Health Record.
• Outline security measures, legislation and organisational policies that support the My Health Record system.
• Explain appropriate healthcare provider access and use of My Health Record.
• Summarise consumer use and controls that support the security of My Health Record.
• Understand the key health information available in My Health Record to support clinical decision-making and improve client safety.
• Understand when it's appropriate to upload a Shared Health Summary or an Event Summary.
• Integrate My Health Record into your routine practice.

This course is provided by the Australian Digital Health Agency.
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RHD NIPT
RHD NIPT
CPD Hours: 1
This eLearning course will assist with understanding RHD Non-invasive Prenatal Testing (RHD NIPT), for fetal RhD typing and targeted RhD Immunoglobulin (RhD Ig) prophylaxis in pregnant women with a RhD negative blood group. This will include information on Haemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn (HDFN), the RhD blood group and why it matters in pregnancy, what the RHD NIPT is, which women will benefit from the test and the treatment recommended based on the RHD NIPT results.

Following completion of the eLearning module, you will have an understanding of the current RhD Ig prophylaxis treatment program and how this will differ following the introduction of the RHD NIPT.
- Understanding the RHD NIPT
- Indications for the test
- Possible test results and and best treatments available
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Hepatitis B Screening and Management in Pregnancy
Hepatitis B Screening and Management in Pregnancy
CPD Hours: 1
The Learning outcomes of this course:

• Increase awareness of hepatitis B epidemiology globally and in Australia
• Increase awareness of person-centred care that incorporates cultural safety, stigma sensitivity and health literacy
• Identify transmission risks for hepatitis B infection
• Understand why we screen pregnant women for hepatitis B
• Understand how to screen pregnant women for hepatitis B and interpret the serology results
• Understand the basics of how hepatitis B is managed during pregnancy and beyond
• Identity strategies that help to prevent the spread of hepatitis B
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Water Immersion in Labour and Birth
Water Immersion in Labour and Birth
CPD Hours: 1
The goal throughout this learning experience is to enhance the skills you already have and give you the confidence to support the women in your care encompassing some of the tools to the successful use of Water Immersion in Labour and Birth. To give you the skills, knowledge and confidence to manage complications that may arise in labour and birth in water.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Supporting LGBTQ+ Parents and Families
Supporting LGBTQ+ Parents and Families
CPD Hours: 1
This education package will assist midwives to increase their understanding of the challenges LGBTQ+ families face and how to provide inclusive midwifery care.

Learning outcomes - Midwives will:

1. Gain greater understanding of how discrimination and bias impact LGBTQ+ identifying families in the context of midwifery care.

2. Gain knowledge and resources to be able to provide LGBTQ+ families with appropriate and individualised midwifery care.
Members: $0.00 / Non Members: $30.00
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Prenatal Screening and Down syndrome
Prenatal Screening and Down syndrome
CPD Hours: 1
At the end of this eLearning course, you will be able to:
1. Explain what Down syndrome is;
2. Describe what informed consent is, and how this relates to prenatal screening;
3. Outline the screening and diagnosis options, and discuss the difference between screening and diagnosis;
4. Explore how best to communicate with women about prenatal screening, including how and who to refer families to, to support informed decision making; and
5. Consider how midwives can best support and care for women and their families surrounding prenatal screening, options and decision-making in a way which respects diversity as well as a woman’s right to make an informed choice.

This course is free to access for all and is accredited by the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine.
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