Professional Development and Training

The professional development AND training arm is one of the key areas of iCAHE. This training arm delivers courses and modules for continuing professional education for clinicians, academics, policy makers, consumers and other stakeholders of health care. The courses and modules are developed based on ‘core’ (essential foundational knowledge) and ‘variable’ (needs of learners) components to facilitate uptake of knowledge and skills into practice. Courses and modules are delivered in different formats such as podcasts, face to face and online.

Aims

  • Provide continuing education to health professionals (clinicians and academics) nationally and internationally
  • Provide pathways for higher degree opportunities (Post-graduate courses for clinicians and academics)
  • Provide opportunities for research mentoring

iCAHE’s training courses

  • Developed in line with the Australian Quality Framework standards (Source: Australian Quality Framework (http://www.aqf.edu.au)
  • Courses can be taken independently as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses
  • Courses can also be taken as part of higher degree courses/ programs 

Core courses

  • Evidence Based Health Research
  • Quantitative Research and Health Research Methods
  • Qualitative Research and Qualitative Research Analysis
  • Performance Review and Health Economics
  • Clinical Practice Guidelines

iCAHE training framework

iCHE training framework

Contact

For inquiries, please contact

Janine Margarita Dizon, PhD
Professional Development and Training Lead

Email: Janine.Dizon@unisa.edu.au

Work phone: 61 8 830 22188

Mobile: 61 410 820245

Areas of study and research

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