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  • 7 May 2015

    Professional development opportunity CQI - One21seventy


     


    The One21seventy Foundation Training course is for all Primary Health Care teams in the use of One21seventy CQI cycle tools and processes to improve primary health care for clients attending services. It includes:


    *clinical tools


    *systems assessment


    *report interpretation


    *goal setting and action planning.


     


    When: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 July 2015


    Where: Brisbane


    Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm


     


    For more information and registration, contact:


    Email: one21seventy@menzies.edu.au


    Ph: 1800 082 474

  • 3 February 2015

    Professional development opportunity CQI - One21seventy


    The One21seventy Foundation Training course is for all Primary Health Care professionals (GP’s, Nurses, Health Workers, Allied Health & Managers).


    The course aims to equip Primary Health Care teams in the use of the One21seventy CQI cycle tools and processes to improve primary health care for clients attending health services. It includes:


    *clinical tools


    *systems assessment


    *report interpretation


    *goal setting and action planning.


    When: Tuesday 17 March and Wednesday 18 March 2015


    Where: Brisbane


    For more information and registration, contact:


    Email: one21seventy@menzies.edu.au


    Ph: 1800 082 474

  • 22 January 2015

    Leading continuous quality improvement for improved client outcomes in primary health care program


    This e-learning continuous professional development (CPD) program is currently being offered as a pilot in a small number of Aboriginal health services in WA. Following the pilot, the modules will be reviewed and updated prior to offering the package to the broader primary health care community. It is suitable for any person working in primary health care including:



    • multi-disciplinary/inter-professional team practices

    • preventative health care services such as women’s health services and screening programs

    • Aboriginal health services

    • General Practitioner practices

    • any other preventative or chronic disease service provider.


    For more information see the full description here.