“This Certificate in Sexual and Reproductive Health (Nursing) is endorsed by ACN according to our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Endorsed Standards. It has been allocated 50 CPD hours according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia-Continuing Professional Development Standard.” The course has a theory component and a clinical practicum. The theory modules provide nurses with evidence based information on a broad range of sexual and reproductive health topics. Nurses will explore the physiological, psychosocial and environmental aspects of sexual…Find out more »
It is expected that those who undertake insertions of IUDs in practice have excellent skills in:
helping patients to choose contraceptive methods
assessing whether patients are suitable to use IUDs
If you wish to undertake IUD training, but do not have the requisite skills, it is recommended to complete training in these prior to undertaking clinical IUD training. Some may wish to do the Doctors Certificate course, or some sections of it.
For those with the necessary skills, the steps to take are outlined below.Find out more »
Aimed at counsellors, psychologists, doctors, nurses, chaplains, social workers and others with qualifications and/or experience in counselling, this two-day course will provide participants with the fundamental knowledge, skills and attitudes required to provide effective and sensitive unplanned pregnancy counselling. Participants will gain essential knowledge, skills and understanding around areas such as: Issues relating to unplanned pregnancy Assisting the woman in pregnancy decision-making The process and implications of all unplanned pregnancy options using current evidence-based data The unique and specialised components…Find out more »
This national certificate course covers the range of the sexual and reproductive health issues that are common in general practice. It is useful for GP Registrars, O&G trainees, and experienced general practitioners who wish to refresh their knowledge in the area. The theory component is run over a week, although participants can choose to attend individual days if they wish to. The clinical component is seven sessions of 3.5 hours each.Find out more »