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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.
Collaboration and Communication
This Video Learning Activity (VLA) explains the role that collaboration amongst disciplines working in healthcare can play in producing positive patient outcomes and explores strategies to enable effective collaboration amongst these disciplines.
- Patient-centred care
- The benefits of collaboration
- Enabling collaboration
- The principles of good communication
- Negotiation and conflict
This VLA will be of interest to all nurses and midwives, across all areas of professional practice.
This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is for nurses and midwives to acknowledge the importance of professional wellbeing.
- Work-life balance
- Professional burnout
- Personal plan for professional wellbeing
This VLA is designed for all nurses and midwives involved in delivering health care service, regardless of where that service is based.
This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is designed for any nurses and other health professionals wishing to drive change in their workplace, but who are unsure where to start. It will break down for you in a few easy steps how to drive change in your workplace, regardless of size, and show you some practical examples of how others have done this.
- Who is John Kotter?
- The steps in Kotter’s 8-step model
- Practical examples of the steps in practice
This VLA is designed for any nurse or other health professional wishing to drive change in their workplace, but who are unsure where to start.
Report Writing in Patient Health Records
This Video Learning Activity (VLA) will provide nurses and midwives with an overview of what is considered to be effective communication through documentation in the patient’s record, and what adverse outcomes can occur when this is done poorly.
- The important role of documentation
- The basics of documentation
- Case studies
- Poor versus quality documentation
This VLA is designed primarily for nurses and midwives working in any clinical setting, whether this is in acute care, aged care, in the community, or with vulnerable populations within any health care setting. However, other health professionals and those working in management and education will also find this information valuable.
Improving Standards in Your Workplace
This Video Learning Activity (VLA) will show you how to improve standards in your workplace by utilising the Australian Safety and Quality Framework for Health Care. This tool was developed by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC) and is designed to help all health professionals identify current safety and quality improvement activities that may need reviewing, as well as design goals for health service improvement. If healthcare professionals understand the framework, better care can be provided through developing robust systems to ensure maintenance and evaluation of practice and patient outcomes.
- What is the Australian Safety and Quality Framework for Health Care?
- Consumer centered standard
- Driven by information standard
- Organised for safety standard
This VLA is designed for any health professional who is interested in learning more about quality and safety, or would like to know how daily activities fit into the current health care framework and the minimum standards that underpin accreditation for health service organisations.