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Recovery and practice skills


Organisation

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

Training/Resource

General Practice Mental Health Skills Training, Focused Psychological Strategies and other

Link

https://gpmhsc.org.au/infosection/index/6b460d07-4e5c-4ac5-9197-d5ce5c5efa19/racgp-courses

Mode

Various

Cost

Free and fee-paying

Organisation

e-Mental Health in Practice (eMHPrac)

Training/Resource

e-Mental Health in Practice, or eMHPrac, is a suite of online training modules, webinars and e-resources designed to introduce health professionals to online programs and tools, and to demonstrate how e-mental health technologies can be integrated into primary care.

Link

https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/education-services/e-mental-health-in-practice/

Mode

Online

Cost

Free

Organisation

Health Education and Raining Institute (HETI)

Training/Resource

Fundamentals of recovery-oriented care

Link

https://heti.edu.au/our-courses/applied-mental-health-studies/units/fundamentals-of-recovery-oriented-care

Mode

Online

Cost

Fee-paying

Organisation

Monash University

Training/Resource

PULSAR Manual: Recovery-promoting relationships and working practices for Primary Care

Link

https://www.monash.edu/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/1797204/Pulsar-Manual_v3.pdf

Mode

Online

Cost

Free resource

Organisation

Pheonix Australia (Centre for Post-Traumatic Mental Health)

Training/Resource

Trauma focussed practice and clinical skills

Link

https://www.phoenixaustralia.org/for-practitioners/training-programs/

Mode

Various

Cost

Fee-paying

Organisation

Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)

Training/Resource

Workforce development in the specialist areas of prevention and response to violence, abuse and neglect, including a specific focus on Aboriginal and Cultural and Linguistically Diverse Communities (CALD). ECAV provides state-wide face to face and online worker training, community awareness and development programs, agency and policy consultation, clinical supervision and resource development for NSW Health, other government and non-government organisations.

Link

http://www.ecav.health.nsw.gov.au/

Mode

Various

Cost

Fee-paying

Organisation

This Way Up – St Vincents Health Network and CRUfAD  

Training/Resource

The iCBT Foundations for Clinicians course is accredited by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) as an approved educational activity valued at 6 hours of PDP.

In this course, clinicians will learn about the cognitive behavioural model of emotional wellbeing, as well as a collection of specific, evidenced-based techniques for managing anxiety and depression. Sign in to the Clinician Hub to register.

Link

https://thiswayup.org.au/clinician-hub/resources/

Mode

Online

Cost

Free

Organisation

TEN – The Essential Network for Health Professionals, Black Dog Institute

Training/Resource

Designed by health professionals for health professionals, TEN makes accessing support quick, easy, and confidential.

Link

https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/the-essential-network/

Mode

https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/the-essential-network/

Mode

Online

Cost

Free

Organisation

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)

Training/Resource

The PSA provides a range of mental health focused CPD for pharmacists.  These include a combination of online modules and pre-recorded webinars. This includes topics such as:

  • Schizophrenia explained
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Older adults and depression
  • Mental Health First Aid

Link

https://my.psa.org.au/s/education-catalogue

Mode

Online

Cost

Free/ Fee-Paying

Organisation

Project Echo with Sydney Local Health District

Training/Resource

Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) is an evidence-based model which places healthcare providers from diverse settings in direct contact with subject matter experts, empowering them to provide best practice care for their local communities.

Project ECHO® comprises a series of weekly ECHO sessions via videoconference. Each ECHO session consists of a brief presentation from a set curriculum designed in consultation with potential participants, followed by a participant-led case presentation with facilitated discussion. Following sessions, a brief written summary of the presented case with treatment recommendations is provided to participants, along with links to evidence-based resources.

Sydney LHD currently facilitates:

  • General Mental Health
  • Adult Eating Disorders
  • Adult Intellectual Disability Mental Health

Link

https://sydneyproject.healthpathways.org.au/ProjectECHO/FindanECHO.aspx

Cost

Online

Cost

Free/ Fee-Paying

Organisation

Menta Health Coordinating Council: Supported Decision-Making Modules 1 & 2 

Training/Resource

These free modules are accessible to all staff working with people in the psychosocial disability and mental health and human services sectors. 

We encourage their use by other practitioners, as well as people with lived experience, carers, family and informal support persons. 

On completion of this module, participants will be able to: 

  • Define supported decision-making
  • Explore the development of supported decision-making approaches in the disability and mental health contexts 
  • Discuss the importance of decision-making to maximise self-determination 
  • Explain some of the ethical and legal considerations of supported decision-making. 
  • Identify steps in the supported decision-making process 
  • Outline basic skills to support a person to make decisions 
  • Acknowledge your own strengths, the assumptions and beliefs you hold and recognise the potential barriers to supporting a person make decisions 
  • Reflect on your own practice. 

Link

https://mhcc.learningcart.com/products/Supported-Decision-Making-Modules-1-and-2/

Mode

Online

Cost

Free

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