The Chronic Condition Management Program introduces tools and processes to assist in supporting self-management and patient collaboration in care planning
When it's run
Self-paced program available any time
Mode of delivery
This short course is designed and relevant for allied health practitioners, aged care workers, nurses, GPs and Aboriginal health practitioners.
This short course introduces the structured process and set of tools underpinning the Flinders Program approach to self-management support and collaborative care planning. The program includes supervised practice of self-management assessment and care planning.
Participants should complete this program with the following capabilities including be able to:
Using this knowledge, participants should have the capacity to:
In order to receive a Certificate of Completion, participants must complete the Flinders Program training, including care planning activities, and submit the signed individual Trainee Undertaking and Personal Licence for Use of the Flinders Program. These entitle the participant to use the Flinders Program tools as part of their individual clinical practice.
CPD and Credits Attendance at this short course, where relevant to your clinical role, can be used as self-reported evidence of meeting CPD requirements of up to 16 hours.
This workshop has been endorsed by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners QI&CPD as a Category 1 activity (the equivalent of 40 points) and also by Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine as a PRPD activity (to the equivalent of 30 points).
Successful completion of this course can attract credit for assessment within the Flinders University Chronic Condition Management postgraduate programs
This short course is delivered by members of the Education and Training team. Areas of expertise include psychiatry, nursing, occupational therapy and social work.
Tasmania Medicare Local has greatly appreciated the support of the Flinders Team. They have assisted TML to establish a Community of Practice for our ‘Closing the Gap’ Care Coordination network which has included sharing resources to assist with the implementation of the Flinders Program for Chronic Condition Management and Flinders.
Debra Burden, Manager, Aboriginal Health Medicare Local, Tasmania
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