Welcome to the Gold Coast Primary Health Network education and training page.
GCPHN strives to support primary health care staff needs in a meaningful way. If you do complete any of the online learning modules, we would appreciate if you could please fill in this quick survey.
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This course provides general information on COVID-19 and specific information on storage, handling and administration of the vaccine, recording and monitoring including for adverse events following immunization (AEFI), and communication (acceptance and demand) through a series of short video lectures and quizzes to test your knowledge. This course is primarily for frontline health workers who will be vaccinators and priority recipients.
For a range of digital health training including My Health Record, Cyber Security, privacy and electronic prescriptions.
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The following online training courses are available via the Australian Digital Health Agency – Online Training portal
Each course duration varies
Nurses experience workplace stress and burnout at a much higher rate than most other people and professions; primary health care nurses are no exception! This session will offer an in-depth overview on burnout, workplace stress and self-care, but more importantly will provide tools and workshop strategies to prevent and conquer burnout!
This checklist will help receptionists keep everyone safe from Coronavirus (COVID-19). It outlines what to ask before an appointment, and what to advise clients when they arrive and during their appointment.
To minimise spread to staff and vulnerable patients, control access to the practice. Follow a triage protocol at reception. These may help staff to identify patients are best isolated or redirected to the nearest emergency department.
This module will help you explore current thinking and policy relating to aggressive behaviours at work. It will also look at how those behaviours can be minimised and addressed. The module is designed for new and continuing employees in all health settings including community services.
Ausmed subscribers only can review this webinar/ Subscription rates here
Discusses the impact of patient complaints on the practitioner. This webinar explores what drives patients to lodge a complaint and provides practical advice on how to manage difficult doctor-patient relationships.
Members only can view this webinar
General practice – A safe place is intended to help GPs and their practice teams proactively prevent and manage the risk and incidence of patient-initiated violence.
This webinar explores several strategies to effectively manage patients during these situations and ensuring your staff are protected. Relevant indicators within the RACGP Standards 5th edition have also be addressed to support you in creating a safe workplace and mitigating risk with a variety of systems, processes, policies and training.