Online CPD modules about diversity and cultural safety
This four-hour module focuses on care of people who come to Victoria as refugees or asylum seekers. It has been created by EACH refugee health.
Each year approximately 4000 refugees settle in this state. There are also thousands of people seeking asylum living in the community. A significant number of these people live in rural and regional Victoria. It is therefore highly likely that in your
nursing role, no matter in what clinical setting, you will care for people of refugee or asylum seeker backgrounds.
Key learning outcomes
The key learning outcomes for this module are to:
Fully financial ANMF (Vic Branch) members are entitled to free and unlimited Education Portal online CPD modules from 3 July 2023.
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This module will discuss terms and concepts as well as some common health concerns. It also includes suggestions for communicating with LGBTIQA+ people, providing them with good service, and creating a safe, affirming and inclusive environment.
By the end of the module, participants will:
This module outlines the impact of historical policies on the current burden of disease, including social and emotional wellbeing.
The principles of community-controlled primary healthcare and the development of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services will be discussed, along with the national campaign and government response to close the gap in health disparities.
At the end of this module participants will be able to: