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
- A high quality, structured and self-directed learning opportunity to advance knowledge and skills in male reproductive and sexual health.
If you've never completed a training activity with us, you'll need to register through our e-Learning portal. If you're returning to continue with an ALM or start another, you will need to log in again.
Healthy Male health professional education testimonials
“Amazing free resource - this information is essential to GP practice. Thank you for providing such a learning opportunity!”
“Very helpful. Wish I had done this earlier in my training.”
“These modules are terrific, very well set-out and clear, with realistic case scenarios and progression. Summaries for GPs are also a fantastic resource - thank you!”
“I am now much more aware that there is a need for Men’s Health Promotion - even though some male community members may be reluctant, my job is to encourage them to start putting their health as an important part of their daily living.”
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health professional education
We deliver online learning activities for health professionals working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males. Training activities include individual downloadable ALM units and/or a training DVD.
As an authorised provider of accredited GP education activities, we deliver training activities on male reproductive and sexual health conditions and associated conditions for GPs wishing to advance their level of knowledge and skills in this area.
Primary health care nurse education
We deliver APNA accredited training activities on male reproductive and sexual health disorders and associated conditions for primary health care nurses wishing to advance their knowledge and skills in this area.