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Ausmed - Nursing Courses, Online Nursing CPD and Nursing Education

Ausmed Education is one of Australia's leading nursing education and continuing professional development (CPD) providers. Established in 1987 as a nursing textbook publisher, Ausmed now runs over 250 nursing courses annually, on topics such as wound care, diabetes , medication safety and aged care . Ausmed has also developed a free CPD organiser tool with a CPD requirement calculator - and has a rich library of online education for nurses to complete their CPD.

Latest Video Learning Activities


  • A cancer diagnosis can adversely impact on an individual’s sexuality and body image. This Video Learning Activity (VLA) examines why this may be the case, and offers strategies for health professionals to address sexuality and body image con ...

  • Clinical Detective: Skin

    01 Hour | 00 Min of CPD

    This Video Learning Activity (VLA) will reinforce why certain diagnostic tests, observations and procedures are undertaken to confirm or eliminate potential clinical problems. You will be asked a series of questions throughout the case study that ...

  • This Video Learning Activity (VLA) describes the menopause and provides a comprehensive guide to its aetiology and clinical features, as well as reviewing the use and efficacy of hormone replacement therapy (HRT).

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ANCC Accreditation

ANCC Accreditation

Ausmed Education Learning Centre is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

The standards developed by the ANCC are the highest and most rigorous in the world, and this accreditation means that you can be sure that all nursing education available through The Learning Centre meets or exceeds these high standards. Ausmed Education's provider number is P0342. Learn more about ANCC accreditation.

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