Chronic Disease Management E-Learning Package

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 Chronic Disease Management e-Learning Package

The Chronic Disease Management e-Learning Package is an online learning program that consists of 8 disease specific modules that cover the topic areas of arthritis, asthma, cancer, coronary heart disease, dementia, diabetes and chronic kidney disease. The package content has been developed by expert organisations ensuring best practice is contained in each module and provides participants with an introductory level knowledge and information to support the monitoring and support role of patients.

The package is a flexible, self-paced learning tool that enables individuals to design their own study timetable. A Certificate of Completion is awarded upon successful completion of each module and up to 30 CPD points are available for nurses upon successful completion of the package for Continuing Professional Development.

Access to the modules is available at a minimum cost of $121 (GST inclusive) for online access. Please click here to complete the online registration form. For further enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact ACN on 1800 061 660 or email pes.enquiries@acn.edu.au.

Disclaimer

This module has been developed as an educational tool to help you improve your skills and knowledge in the area of chronic disease management.

The context of the content application would differ depending on your clinical placement (e.g. GP practice, community health, medical wards or telehealth coaching). So, you may have to make adaptations to suit your work environment.

Participants enrolled in this module should always manage patients within the scope of their practice and work within local policies and practices. At the same time ACN does recognize that there may be changes in the Medicare items that can be claimed, and hence please keep yourself informed of the changes from the Medicare website.

The Australian College of Nursing, authors and editors and other contributors take no responsibility for any adverse event associated with the use of this e-learning module