We’re proud to offer continuing professional development (CPD) activities for GPs, nurses and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers, as well as other health and medical professionals.
Our training activities are:
- Content-driven by cases and problems commonly encountered day-to-day in health care settings
- Developed under the guidance and direction of our reference groups and expert advisors.
- High quality, structured and provide opportunities for self-directed learning.
If you’ve never completed a training activity with us, you’ll need to register through our eLearning portal.
|Course name||Estimated length||Health topic||Health professional type||Endorsed|
|Diabetes and its impact on male reproductive and sexual health *
The aim of this learning activity is to develop confidence and expand the basic knowledge of primary health care nurses, medical and allied health professionals in starting a conversation with men about how diabetes impacts reproductive and sexual health, and its importance as a significant risk factor for cardiovascular disease, stroke, and depression.
|2 hours||Diabetes, Reproductive health||Nursing & Allied Health Professionals||ACN, ADEA, APNA|
|Androgen use, misuse and abuse
This interactive online case-based learning activity aims to support GPs in the assessment, investigation, diagnoses and management of clinical presentations involving the potential use, misuse and abuse of androgens in clinical practice.
|5 hours||General health, Testosterone||GP||ACRRM, RACGP|
|Male Factor Infertility: a training program for assisted reproductive technology specialists
This interactive training activity will support fertility specialists and other professionals working in the assisted reproductive technology sector to better identify and manage male factor infertility ultimately providing better health outcomes for the patient.
|6 hours||Fertility and infertility, Reproductive health||Assisted Reproductive Technology||RANZCOG|
|Plus Paternal: Talking to Dads
This self-paced eLearning activity will provide practical tips and share examples for improving health care professional's communication with fathers and other non-birthing parents. It provides evidence-informed recommendations and is based on well-established theories about communication, family systems, attachment and gendered stereotypes and norms.
|1.5 hours||Parenthood||All health professionals||AAPi|