This course is designed for health professionals who care for paediatric consumers and their families. It provides information and strategies for communicating and working with children and their families.
The target audience for this course is health professionals who are new or wish to refresh their capabilities for working in paediatrics in an acute hospital.
On completion of this module, participants will be able to:
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The course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete.
On successful completion of the assessments you can download a certificate of completion.
This course adheres to South Australian (SA Health) guidelines and Australian National Standards.
The principles described in the course can however be applied to any health care setting.
If you practice outside South Australia it is your responsibility to refer to the specific requirements of your local health authority.
This course aligns with the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards, Second Edition – Standard 2.
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