Practice Coaching – free e-learning modules

How do I access Practice Coaching?

Visit www.practicecoaching.com.au

Who is it for?

  • General Practitioners
  • Practice Nurses
  • Practice Managers
  • Practice Administration

What is Practice Coaching?

Practice Coaching is a free on-line training platform for general practice staff.  It has been designed by general practice for general practice, and provides self-audit and tailored e-learning programs relevant to general practice, which assist in identifying system gaps and staff training needs.

A “Practice” login can be created, and individual clinical and administrative staff can be registered as users, allowing them to sign in and access relevant training, monitor progress and print certificates for completed modules.  The Practice Manager can review staff progress in completing their training requirements, and allocate training modules accordingly.

The self-audit report and training progress can be used as a resource for accreditation to demonstrate quality improvement activities and in-house training undertaken by staff. 

What Topics are available?

  • Chronic Disease Care (includes practice self audit)
  • Health Promotion (includes practice self audit)
  • Introduction to Immunisations
  • Triage in General Practice
  • Cycles of Care
  • Quality Improvement
  • Customer Service
  • Using a Team Approach
  • Refugee & Asylum Seeker Health
  • Prostate Cancer in General Practice

How do I register?

Register your practice at www.practicecoaching.com.au

For further information regarding Practice Coaching contact our Provider Support Team:

Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone:  1300 331 981 (option 3)


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