Learn how to confidently provide first aid and basic life support in emergency situations.
This programme is designed to enable health professionals who provide regular care to people at risk of or with diabetes to develop their professional practice and contribute to the attainment of competent practice as a generalist diabetes health professional.
This course is designed for registered nurses who need to improve their skills in Intravenous Cannulation.
This free online course has been developed to help give New Zealanders confidence and knowledge about preventing viral and bacterial infections, particulary relevant in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Introduction to Supervision short course explores the nature of supervision, the core processes within supervision and the professional and organisational context of supervision.
This course will teach you how to provide initial support to adults who may be experiencing mental health challenges or mental health crisis, until the crisis resolves or specialist help is accessed, using a practical evidence-based action plan.
This course is designed for Registered Nurses who would like to build upon current preceptor knowledge and develop specific skills in preceptoring, including giving feedback.
The aim of this micro credential is to develop health care practitioners’ proficiency in the principles, knowledge and practice of Trauma Informed Care, when caring for patients with multi-dimensional experiences of trauma, and their whānau in a health care setting.
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